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Articles from Vol. 18, No. 3, Fall

AAAI 1997 Spring Symposium Series Reports
Artificial Intelligence in Knowledge Management Knowledge management (KM) is a topic of growing interest to large organizations. It comprises activities focused on the organization, acquiring knowledge from many sources, including its own experience...
AAAI-96 Workshop on Agent Modeling
An intelligent agent operating in a realistic environment will often need to interact with other agents to achieve its goals. Agent modeling - the ability to model and reason about other agents' knowledge, beliefs, goals, and actions - is central to...
Cognitive Prostheses
When hands are wringing, they are often wrung over the information revolution: the computer, the web, robots, the automation of manufacturing will all conspire to separate the rich and quick from the poor and slow, hurrying the trend to an informed,...
Does Machine Learning Really Work?
Ever since computers were invented, it has been natural to wonder whether they might be made to learn. Imagine computers learning from medical records to discover emerging trends in the spread and treatment of new diseases, houses learning from experience...
Intelligent Adaptive Agents: A Highlight of the Field and the AAAI-96 Workshop
If we were to ask 10 researchers from different organizations or institutions what their personal definition of an intelligent agent is, we would most likely get 8 to 10 different answers. Moreover, if a researcher or any curious person wanted to learn...
Logic and Databases: Past, Present, and Future
The use of logic and deduction in databases, as noted in Minker (1988b), started in the late 1960s. Prominent among developments was work by Levien and Maron (1965) and Kuhns (1967), and by Green and Raphael (1968a), who were the first to realize the...
The Fifth International Conference on User Modeling
Almost 100 attendees with backgrounds in AI, human-computer interaction, psychology, education, library sciences, and other related areas gathered in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, in early January 1996 for paper sessions, invited talks, tutorials, miniworkshops,...
The Sixth International Workshop on Nonmonotonic Reasoning
The Sixth International Workshop on Nonmonotonic Reasoning, sponsored by the American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), was held 10 to 12 June 1996 in Timberline, Oregon. The aim of the workshop was to bring together active researchers...
The State of the Art in Ontology Design: A Survey and Comparative Review
The major goal of this article is to develop a framework for comparing various projects in ontology design and put a number of prominent ontologies in this framework. According to Webster's dictionary (Woolf 1981), ontology is a particular theory about...
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