Paper: Knowledge Organization And Application: Brief Comments On Papers In The Session

ACL ID P79-1008
Title Knowledge Organization And Application: Brief Comments On Papers In The Session
Venue Annual Meeting of the Association of Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1979
Authors

available to me and not on the complete papers. Hence, it is quite possible that some of the comments may turn out to be inappropriate or else they have already been taken care of in the full texts. In a couple of cases~ I had the benefit of reading some earlier longer related reports, which were very helpful. All the papers (except by Sangster) deal with either knowledge representation, particular types of knowledge to be represented, or how certain types of knowledge are to be used. Brackman describes a lattice-like structured inheritance network (KLONE) as a language for explicit representation of natural language conceptual information. Multiple descriptions can be represented. How does the facility differ from a similar one in KRL? Belief representations appear to be only implicit. Q...