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This tutorial presents twelve guidelines for making Prolog programs efficient. Topics covered include procedural versus declarative programming, internal representation of data, first-argument indexing, cuts, and ways to avoid consing.
This article is an overview of the literature on narrative summarization. The capacity to summarize is a fundamental property of intelligence and has significance for several areas of artificial intelligence research and development. The first part of the paper includes a description of four...
Knowledge elicitation is accepted as being one of the most problematic areas in the creation of a knowledge-based system.
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