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Why Use a Unified Knowledge Representation?

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Why Use a Unified Knowledge Representation?
In a unified knowledge representation, data, information and knowledge are all represented in a single formalism. A unified knowledge representation based on “items” is described. Items contain two classes of constraints that apply equally to knowledge and to data. Items are compared to an if-then, or rule-based, knowledge representation. Simple chunks of knowledge that can only be represented by a number of rules are represented as
John K. Debenham
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where IEAAIE
Authors John K. Debenham
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