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References on Representing Knowledge and Other Topics

An incomplete list of references to materials studied or recommended about representation, building a web site, and other topics.

Knowledge Representation

Conceptual Memory: A Theory and Computer Program for Processing the Meaning Content of Natural Language Utterances (Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Memo AIM-233, STAN-CS-74-419) by Charles J. Rieger, III (Computer Science Department, School of Humanities and Sciences, Stanford University, July 1974)

Procedures as a Representation for Data in a Computer Program for Understanding Natural Language, by Terry Winograd, MIT AI Technical Report 235, February 1971; full issue of Cognitive Psychology Vol. 3 No 1, 1972; and Understanding Natural Language (Academic Press, 1972).

General books:

Ontology books:


Artificial Intelligence

Stanford University Computer Science Introduction to Artificial Intelligence online course, which Sebastian Thrun and Peter Norvig taught from October 10 - December 16, 2011 (CS221).

General books:

Recognizing Textual Entailment (RTE) challenge seems more appropriate than the Turing test. The Winograd Schemas also look better for identifying intelligence.

Development environment and tools

Server-side books:

Client-side books:

Programming books:

Activities as an employee


Dan Riker novels: A Light Not of This World (2010) and Seneca Point (2011).

A product rule relaxation method, by Robert L. Kirby, in Computer Graphics and Image Processing Volume 13, Issue 2, 1980, Pages 158-189

A note on the use of (gray level, local average gray level) space as an aid in threshold selection (Correspondence) by Robert L. Kirby and Azriel Rosenfeld in IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Volume 9 no. 12 December 1979, Pages 860-864

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