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Applied Artificial Intelligence

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Applied Artificial Intelligence addresses concerns in applied research and applications of artificial intelligence (AI). The journal also acts as a medium for exchanging ideas and thoughts about impacts of AI research. Articles highlight advances in uses of AI systems for solving tasks in management, industry, engineering, administration, and education; evaluations of existing AI systems and tools, emphasizing comparative studies and user experiences; and/or economic, social, and cultural impacts of AI. Information on key applications, highlighting methods, time schedules, person-months needed, and other relevant material is welcome.

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Contents:

1
H. Horacek. Choice of Words in the Generation Process of a Natural Language Interface. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 1:117-132, 1987.

2
B. R. Bachmann. Expert Systems Connectivity. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 1:133-141, 1987.

3
Z. M. Wojcik. Contextual Information Retrieval Using a Graph Model of a Sentence and Rough Sets. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 1:143-162, 1987.

4
F. Puppe. Requirements for a Classification Expert System Shell and their Realization in MED2. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 1:163-171, 1987.

5
I. Josefson. Knowledge and Experience. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 1:173-180, 1987.

6
H. Trost, E. Buchberger, W. Heinz, C. Hörtnagl, and J. Matiasek. Datenbank-Dialog: A German Language Interface for Relational Databases. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 1:181-201, 1987.

7
D. Kayser, P. Fosse, M. Karoubi, B. Levrat, and L. Nicaud. A Strategy for Reasoning in Natural Language. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 1:205-231, 1987.

8
C. Sernadas, H. Coelho, and G. Gaspar. Communicating Knowledge Systems: Part I - Big Talk among Small Systems. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 1:233-260, 1987.

9
J. Liebowitz and P. Lightfoot. Expert Scheduling Systems: Survey and Preliminary Design Concepts. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 1:261-283, 1987.

10
J. R. J. Schirra, G. Bosch, C. K. Sung, and G. Zimmermann. From Image Sequences to Natural Language: A First Step toward Automatic Perception and Description of Motions. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 1:287-305, 1987.

11
J. Liebowitz. Expert Systems for Business Applications. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 1:307-313, 1987.

12
C. Sernadas, H. Coelho, and G. Gaspar. Communicating Knowledge Systems: Part II - Big Talk among Small Systems. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 1:315-335, 1987.

13
R. E. Neapolitan. Models for Reasoning under Uncertainty. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 1:337-366, 1987.

14
E. Gregoire. Evaluation of the Expert System Tools KEE and ART: A Case Study. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 2:1-23, 1988.

15
J. Maitan. Management of Constraints in VLSI Data Bases. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 2:25-45, 1988.

16
G. Porenta, B. Pfahringer, M. Hoberstorfer, and R. Trappl. A Decision Support System for Village Health Workers in Developing Countries. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 2:47-63, 1988.

17
A. F. Badalamenti. Sigmund Freud on Artificial Intelligence: An Artificial Interview. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 2:65-89, 1988.

18
S. Han, D. W. Shin, Y. Kim, Y. P. Jun, S. R. Maeng, and J. W. Cho. A Logic Programming Approach to Hybrid Knowledge Representation. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 2:93-127, 1988.

19
S. Ram and S. Ram. Innovator: an Expert System for new Product Launch Decisions. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 2:129-148, 1988.

20
R. Caraceni and O. Stock. Reversing a Lexically Based Parser for Generation. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 2:149-174, 1988.

21
J. B. H. Kwa. Tolerant Planning and Negotiation in Multiagent Environments. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 2:179-211, 1988.

22
F. Antonacci, M. Russo, M. T. Pazienza, and P. Velardi. Representation and Control Strategies for Large Knowledge Domains: An Application to NLP. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 2:213-249, 1988.

23
E. Ardizzone, F. Bonadonna, S. Gaglio, C. Nicolini, C. Ruggiero, and F. Sorbello. Qualitative Modeling of Cell Growth Processes. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 2:251-263, 1988.

24
T. Altman, T. Hughes, and A. Wala. Mine Ventilation Expert System. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 2:265-276, 1988.

25
R. Viccari, H. Coelho, and E. Costa. Pragmatic Attachment Devices for Conversations with Tutors. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 2:277-284, 1988.

26
M. Rao, J. J.-P. Tsai, and T. S. Jiang. An Intelligent Decisionmaker for Optimal Control. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 2:285-305, 1988.

27
A. Palareti, P. Puliti, G. Tascini, and P. Zingaretti. A Prolog Approach to Image Segmentation. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 2:307-331, 1988.

28
K. M. Passino and P. J. Antsaklis. A System and Control Theoretic Perspective on Artificial Intelligence Planning Systems. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:1-32, 1989.

29
E. Nessen. SC-UM: User Modeling in the Sinix Consultant. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:33-44, 1989.

30
G. Dorffner. Replacing Symbolic Rule Systems with PDP Networks: Netzsprech: A German Example. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:45-67, 1989.

31
D. F. Cook and A. D. Whittaker. Legal Issues of Expert System Use. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:69-81, 1989.

32
B. Bredeweg. Introduction Meta-Levels to Qualitative Reasoning. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:85-100, 1989.

33
H. Voss and M. Linster. Interval-Based Envisioning in Hiqual. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:101-128, 1989.

34
T. Finin and D. Klein. Characterizing Knowledge Depth in Intelligent Safety Systems. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:129-142, 1989.

35
R. J. Doyle. Creating and Using Causal Models. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:143-166, 1989.

36
B. Y. White and J. R. Frederiksen. Causal Models as Intelligent Learning Environments for Science and Engineering Education. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:167-190, 1989.

37
M. Selfridge. Toward a Natural Language-Based Causal Model Acquisition System. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:191-212, 1989.

38
L. Steels. Diagnosis with a Function-Fault Model. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:213-237, 1989.

39
J.-M. David and J.-P. Krivine. Augmenting Experience-Based Diagnosis with Causal Reasoning. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:239-248, 1989.

40
O. Senyk, R. S. Patil, and F. A. Sonnenberg. Systematic Knowledge Base Design for Medical Diagnosis. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:249-274, 1989.

41
J. Sticklen and B. Chandrasekaran. Integrating Classification-Based Compiled Level Reasoning with Function-Based Deep Level Reasoning. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:275-304, 1989.

42
W. Horn. MESICAR: A Medical Expert System Integrating Causal and Associative Reasoning. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:305-336, 1989.

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D. E. Hirsch, S. R. Simon, T. Bylander, M. A. Weintraub, and P. Szolovits. Using Causal Reasoning in Gait Analysis. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:337-356, 1989.

44
P. A. Koton. A Method for Improving the Efficiency of Model-Based Reasoning Systems. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:357-366, 1989.

45
W. Long. Medical Diagnosis Using a Probabilistic Causal Network. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:367-383, 1989.

46
K. G. Olesen, U. Kjaerulff, F. Jensen, F. V. Jensen, B. Falck, S. Andreassen, and S. K. Andersen. A Munin Network for the Median Nerve: A Case Study on Loops. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:385-403, 1989.

47
R. Motschnig-Pitrik. Toward a Common Structural Level for Software, Database, and Knowledge-Based Systems. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:405-426, 1989.

48
H. Li. Two-Stage Strategy for Motion Parameter Estimation in Dynamic Images. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:427-438, 1989.

49
X. Ling and W. G. Rudd. Combining Opinions from Several Experts. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:439-452, 1989.

50
T. Altman. Solving the Jigsaw Puzzle Problem in Linear Time. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:453-462, 1989.

51
U. Gunasena, S. R. T. Kumara, and A L. Soyster. A Knowledge-Based System for Course Scheduling. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 3:463-482, 1989.

52
J. J.-P. Tsai, M. Metea, and J. Cesarone. A Knowledge-Based Navigation Scheme for Autonomous Land Vehicles. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 4:1-14, 1990.

53
L. Aiello and A. Micarelli. SEDAF: An Intelligent Educational System for Mathematics. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 4:15-36, 1990.

54
S. Gaglio, M. Giacomini, A. Ponassi, and C. Ruggiero. An OPS5 Implementation of Qualitative Reasoning about Physical Systems. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 4:37-65, 1990.

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B. A. Engel, C. Baffaut, J. R. Barrett, J. B. Rogers, and D. D. Jones. Knowledge Transformation. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 4:67-80, 1990.

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M. Marchesi, F. Piazza, and G. Orlandi. Asceta: An Expert System for Passive Network Synthesis. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 4:85-93, 1990.

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H. Y. Xu, C. R. Baird, and D. Riordan. An Intelligent Tuning Control Technique. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 4:95-108, 1990.

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A. Camurri and M. Frixione. Structured Representation of FMS Integrating SI-Nets and High Level Petri Nets. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 4:109-131, 1990.

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A. Bykat. NICBES-2, a Nickel-Cadmium Battery Expert System. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 4:133-141, 1990.

60
S. Al-Schamma and Z. Chen. An Open System Approach to Integration of Expert Systems. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 4:145-154, 1990.

61
M. Perlin. Topologically Traversing the Rete Network. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 4:155-177, 1990.

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P. Poyet. Integrated Access to Information Systems. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 4:179-238, 1990.

63
J. Yang. A Domain-Independent Tool for the Selection Problem. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 4:239-262, 1990.

64
K. Y. Tam and M. Kiang. Predicting Bank Failures: A Neural Network Approach. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 4:265-282, 1990.

65
D. Nardi and M. Tucci. Building Tools for Software Engineering with Artificial Intelligende Techniques. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 4:283-307, 1990.

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J. Niggemann. Analysis and Representation of Neuroanatomical Knowledge. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 4:309-336, 1990.

67
T.-P. Liang. Reasoning for Automated Model Integration. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 4:337-358, 1990.

68
D. Michie. Machine Intelligence and the Human Window. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:1-10, 1991.

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M. Nagao. Importance of Similarity Measure and Analogical Inference. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:11-14, 1991.

70
K. S. Gill. Artificial Intelligence for Social Citizrnship: Toward an Anthropocentric Technology. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:15-27, 1991.

71
L. C. Aiello and D. Nardi. Perspectives in Knowledge Representation. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:29-44, 1991.

72
R. V. Guha and D. B. Lenat. CYC: A Mid-Term Report. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:45-86, 1991.

73
W. Horn. The Challenge of Deep Models, Inference Structures, and Abstract Tasks. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:87-96, 1991.

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R. C. Schank and S. B. Slade. The Future of Artificial Intelligence: Learning from Experience. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:97-107, 1991.

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A. Sloman. The Explanatory Role of Mental States. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:109-129, 1991.

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F. J. Radermacher. Modeling and Artificial Intelligence. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:131-151, 1991.

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D. Kayser. Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:153-162, 1991.

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T. Vamos. Artificial Intelligence: Human Focus on Technology. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:163-170, 1991.

79
M. A. Arbib. Neural Computing in Perspective. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:171-185, 1991.

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M. A. McRobbie and J. H. Siekmann. Artificial Intelligence: Perspectives and Predictions. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:187-207, 1991.

81
M.-O. Cordier and C. Reynaud. Knowledge Acquisition Techniques and Second-Generation Expert Systems. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:209-226, 1991.

82
H. Lowe. Extending the Proof Plan Methodology to Computer Configuration Problems. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:227-252, 1991.

83
W. T. Jones, W. S. Martin, M. E. McWilliams, and M. V. Nabors. Knowledge-Based System for Assessment of Potential Entrepreneurs. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:253-266, 1991.

84
M. Taner, Y. Aksoy, and A. A. Arroyo. An Expert System for Academic Counseling. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:267-280, 1991.

85
S. C. Lee, M. Ratliff, C. Peterson, and L. F. Lollar. AMPERES: A Real-Time Fault Monitoring and Diagnosis Knowledge-Based System for Space Power Systems. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:281-308, 1991.

86
F. Schmalhofer, O. Kühn, and G. Schmidt. Integrated Knowledge Acquisition from Text, Previously Solved Cases, and Expert Memories. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:311-337, 1991.

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A. Bykat. Intelligent Monitoring and Diagnosis Systems: A Survey. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:339-352, 1991.

88
K. Egilmez and S. H. Kim. An Information Processing Model of Knowledge Systems. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:353-392, 1991.

89
S. H. Kim and J. K. Kim. Explanation in a Decision-Theoretic Consulting System: An Axiomatic Approach. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:393-409, 1991.

90
H. Trost. Recognition and Generation of Word Forms for Natural Language Understanding Systems: Integrating Two-Level Morphology Unification. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5:411-457, 1991.

91
J. W. Rozenblit. Design for Autonomy: An Overview. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:1-18, 1992.

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B. P. Zeigler. Endomorphic Modeling Concepts for High-Autonomy Architectures. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:19-43, 1992.

93
F. Bretschneider and H. Lagger. Design-Flow Modeling and Knowledge-Based Management. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:45-57, 1992.

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L. A. Tamburino and M. M. Rizki. Performance-Driven Autonomous Design of Pattern-Recognition Systems. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:59-77, 1992.

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R. E. Smith and D. A. Goldberg. Reinforcement Learning with Classifier Systems: Adaptive Default Hierarchy Formation. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:79-102, 1992.

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M. Evans, J. Anderson, and G. Crysdale. Achieving Flexible Autonomy in Multiagent Systems Using Constraints. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:103-126, 1992.

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L. V. Orman. Multilevel Design Architecture for Knowledge-Base Management Systems. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:131-145, 1992.

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D. Qiu. Certainty Factor Theory and Its Implementation in an Information System-Oriented Expert System Shell. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:147-166, 1992.

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J. J.-P. Tsai, O. S. Chan, and A. Liu. Intellligent Syntax-Directed Editor that Models User Proficiency. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:167-194, 1992.

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M. Kubat and I. Krizakova. Forgetting and Aging of Knowledge in Concept Formation. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:195-206, 1992.

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A. Cardoso and E. Costa. Consistency Checking Along Time. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:207-247, 1992.

102
S. Finger, M. S. Fox, F. B. Prinz, and J. R. Rinderle. Concurrent Design. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:257-283, 1992.

103
M. Adalier and C. Tsatsoulis. Redesigning for Manufacturability Using Reinred. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:285-302, 1992.

104
J. Sticklen, A. Kamel, M. Hawley, and J. Delong. An Artificial Intelligence-Based Design Tool for Thin Film Composite Materials. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:303-313, 1992.

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L. J. O'Connor, M. S. Lan, D. R. Partridge, and J. M. F. Lee. A Case-Based Reasoning Approach to Automated Weld-Process Design. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:315-330, 1992.

106
S. C. Y. Lu, A. E. Herman, and K. F. Arnold. TOPS: An Intelligent Associate for Turning Operation Planning. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:331-352, 1992.

107
S. Bublin and R. L. Kashyap. Generating Fault Hypotheses with a Functional Model in Machine-Fault Diagnosis. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:353-382, 1992.

108
R. Karinthi, D. Nau, and Q. Yang. Handling Feature Interactions in Process-Planning. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:389-415, 1992.

109
P. Morizet-Mahoudeaux. An Approach to Monitoring and Diagnosing Engineering Processes by a Knowledge-Based System. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:417-442, 1992.

110
B. Mutel, L. Bouzid, and R. De Guio. Application of Conceptual Learning Techniques to Generalized Group Technology. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:443-458, 1992.

111
H. R. Rao, M. V. Thirumurthy, and R. Ramesh. A Dynamic Learning Model for On-Line Quality Control Using the Taguchi Approach. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:459-484, 1992.

112
S. S. Iyengar, A. Sabharwal, F. G. Pin, and C. R. Weisbin. Asynchronous Production System for Control of an Autonomous Mobile Robot in Real-Time Environment. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:485-509, 1992.

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J. A. Ventura and C.-H. Wu. Computer Vision Inspection of Elliptical Profiles. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:511-528, 1992.

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S. R. T. Kumara, I. Ham, S. Ohsuga, C. Tsatsoulis, R. Ramesh, V. Frost, and R. L. Kashyap. Intelligent Computer Integrated Manufacturing (I-CIM): Research Perspectives. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 6:529-552, 1992.

115
J. Hilton. Some Semiotic Reflections on the Future of Artificial Intelligence. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:1-14, 1993.

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D. A. Pospelov. Modeling of Deeds in Artificial Intelligence Systems. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:15-27, 1993.

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E. Buchberger. The Hidden Treasure. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:29-38, 1993.

118
P. M. Churchland. A Deeper Unity: Some Feyerabendian Themes in Neurocomputational Form. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:39-58, 1993.

119
G. Dorffner. How Connectionism Can Change AI and the Way We Think about Ourselves. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:59-85, 1993.

120
M. Minsky. The Future Merging of Science, Art, and Psychology. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:87-108, 1993.

121
M. Towhidnejad, H. R. Myler, and A. J. Gonzalez. Constraint Mechanisms in Automated Knowledge Generation. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:113-134, 1993.

122
G. Carenini, F. Pianesi, M. Ponzi, and O. Stock. Natural Language Generation and Hypertext Access. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:135-164, 1993.

123
J. E. Vargas and J. R. Bourne. Detecting Device Failures Through Scale-Driven Object Matching. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:165-175, 1993.

124
J. Cha, M. Rao, and Z. Zhao. Integrated Intelligent Environment for Gear Manufacturing System. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:177-193, 1993.

125
R. E. Neapolitan. The Interpretation and Application of Belief Functions. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:195-204, 1993.

126
C. V. Trappey, A. J. C. Trappey, and R. Feinberg. A Knowledge Base System for Predicting Mechandise Investment Returns. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:207-221, 1993.

127
S. Parsons and M. Dohnal. A Semiqualitative Approach to Reasoning in Probabilistic Networks. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:223-235, 1993.

128
P. Krause and A. Glowinski. Formal Specifications and Medical Decision Support Systems. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:237-256, 1993.

129
J.-C. Planes and P. Trigano. Semantic Analysis of Economic Surveys. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:257-271, 1993.

130
N. Lavrac, S. Dzeroski, V. Pirnat, and V. Krizman. The Utility of Background Knowledge in Learning Medical Diagnostic Rules. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:273-293, 1993.

131
F. Barachini and R. Granec. Production Systems for Process Control: Advances and Experiences. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:301-316, 1993.

132
I. Kononenko. Inductive and Bayesian Learning in Medical Diagnosis. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:317-337, 1993.

133
R. Basili, M. T. Pazienza, and P. Velardi. Semi-Automatic Extraction of Linguistic Information for Syntactic Disambiguation. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:339-364, 1993.

134
L. Stringa. Eyes Detection for Face Recognition. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:365-382, 1993.

135
D. W. Russell. A Critical Assessment of the Boxes Paradigm. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:383-395, 1993.

136
D. Hong, G. Xiuwen, Y. Shuzi, and Z. Shaolong. An Implementation Architecture of Knowledge-Based System for Engine Diagnosis. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:397-417, 1993.

137
J. Kelemen. Multiagent Symbol Systems and Behavior-Based Robots. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 7:419-432, 1993.

138
Y. Kodratoff, V. Moustakis, and N. Graner. Can Machine Learning Solve my Problem? Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:1-31, 1994.

139
F. Esposito, D. Malerba, and G. Semeraro. Multistrategy Learning for Document Recognition. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:33-84, 1994.

140
J. Herrmann and R. Beckmann. Left: A System that Learns Rules about VLSI Design from Structural Descriptions. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:85-108, 1994.

141
T. Arciszewski, S. Khasnabis, S. Khurshidul-Hoda, and W. Ziarko. Machine Learning in Transportation Engineering: A Feasibility Study. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:109-124, 1994.

142
P. Riddle, R. Segal, and O. Etzioni. Representation Design and Brute-Force Induction in a Boeing Manufactoring Domain. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:125-147, 1994.

143
L. Spacek, M. Kubat, and D. Flotzinger. Face Recognition Through Learned Boundary Characteristics. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:149-164, 1994.

144
A. N. Kumar. Function-Based Reasoning: An Introduction. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:167-172, 1994.

145
B. Chandrasekaran. Functional Representation: A Brief Historical Perspective. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:173-197, 1994.

146
M. A. Roseman and J. S. Gero. The What, the How, and the Why in Design. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:199-218, 1994.

147
A. Abu-Hanna, W. Jansweijer, R. Benjamins, and B. Wielinga. Functional Models in Perspective: Their Characteristics and Integration in Multiple Model-Based Diagnosis. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:219-237, 1994.

148
L. Chittaro, C. Tasso, and E. Toppano. Putting Functional Knowledge on Firmer Ground. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:239-258, 1994.

149
M. Lind. Modeling Goals and Functions of Complex Industrial Plants. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:259-283, 1994.

150
R. Hawkins, J. Sticklen, J. K. McDowell, T. Hill, and R. Boyer. Function-Based Modling and Troubleshooting. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:285-302, 1994.

151
J. E. Hunt and D. E. Cooke. Qualitative Modeling Photosynthesis. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:307-332, 1994.

152
P. Traverso, A. Cimatti, L. Spalazzi, A. Armando, and E. Giunchiglia. MRG: Building Planners for Real-World Complex Applications. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:333-357, 1994.

153
G. P. Lekkas, N. M. Avouris, and L. G. Viras. Case-Based Reasoning in Environmental Monitoring Applicatons. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:359-376, 1994.

154
K. H. Yu and Y. H. Hu. Artificial Intelligence in Scheduling and Instruction Selection for Digital Signal Processors. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:377-392, 1994.

155
A. Gisolfi and V. Loia. Designing Complex Systems Within Distributed Architectures: An Intelligent Tutoring Systems Perspective. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:393-411, 1994.

156
J. E. Vargas and C. J. Kee. Improving the Scope of Intelligent Tutoring by Adapting a Case-Based Methodology Through a Distributed Architecture. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:413-424, 1994.

157
M. Cavazza and P. Zweigenbaum. Semantic Analysis and In-Depth Understanding of Technical Texts. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:425-453, 1994.

158
R.-L. Liu and V.-W. Soo. Explanation-Based Natural Language Acquisition Using Universal Linguistic Principles as Innate Domain Theory. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:459-481, 1994.

159
M. Heiss. Reinforcement Learning or Tracking of Input-Output Maps. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:483-496, 1994.

160
M. El Attar and X. Hamery. Industrial Expert System Acquired by Machine Learning. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:497-542, 1994.

161
H. Kjelling and M. Boman. Fielded Machine Learning System for Vocational Counselling. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:543-563, 1994.

162
G. Venturini. Analyzing French Justice With a Genetic-Based Inductive Algorithm. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:565-577, 1994.

163
K. Morik, G. Potamias, V. S. Moustakis, and G. Charissis. Knowledgeable Learning Using Mobal: A Medical Case Study. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:579-592, 1994.

164
C. Nedellec, J. Correia, J. L. Ferreira, and E. Costa. Machine Learning Goes to the Bank. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:593-615, 1994.

165
M. Bares, D. Canamero, J.-F. Delannoy, and Y. Kodratoff. XPLANS: Case-Based Reasoning for Plan Recognition. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:617-643, 1994.

166
Y.-J. Lee and C.-Y. Lo. Optimizing an Air Defense Evaluation Model Using Inductive Learning. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 8:645-661, 1994.

167
J. Sticklen and J. McDowell. Future Directions in Function-Based Reasoning. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 9:1-3, 1995.

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Y. Iwasaki, M. Vescovi, R. Fikes, and B. Chandrasekaran. Causal Functional Representation Language with Behavior-Based Semantics. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 9:5-31, 1995.

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