4.4. Further reading#
An introduction to Knowledge Representation can be found in (Ringland & Duce, 1989). (Brachman & Levesque, 1985) is a collection of papers discussing various aspects of Knowledge Representation, such as the difference between isa-links and instance-of-links in semantic networks. Papers about inheritance hierarchies can be found in (Lenzerini et al., 1991). LOGIN is an extension of Prolog in which inheritance is represented by terms rather than clauses (Aït-Kaci & Nasr, 1986).
H. Aït-Kaci & R. Nasr (1986), ‘LOGIN: a logic programming language with built-in inheritance’, Journal of Logic Programming 1986 (3): 185-215.
R.J. Brachman & H.J. Levesque (eds) (1985), Readings in Knowledge Representation, Morgan Kaufmann.
M. Lenzerini, D. Nardi & M. Simi (eds) (1991), Inheritance Hierarchies in Knowledge Representation and Programming Languages, John Wiley.
G.A. Ringland & D.A. Duce (eds) (1989), Approaches to Knowledge Representation: an Introduction, Research Studies Press.