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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Research in knowledge representation has led to the development of so-called terminological logics, the purpose of which is to support the representation of the conceptual and terminological part of Artificial Intelligence applications. Independently, in computational linguistics, so-called feature logics have been developed which are aimed at representing the semantic and syntactic information natural language sentences convey. Since both of these logics rely mainly on attributes as thedoi:10.1007/3-540-54594-8_74 fatcat:btaxsc3ftva5bbkah4ip34ba2i