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    • Diagnostic Reasoning Based on Structure and Behavior 

      Davis; Randall (1984-06-01)
      We describe a system that reasons from first principles, i.e., using knowledge of structure and behavior. The system has been implemented and tested on several examples in the domain of troubleshooting digital electronic ...
    • Expert Systems: Where Are We? And Where Do We Go from Here? 

      Davis; Randall (1982-06-01)
      Work on Expert Systems has received extensive attention recently, prompting growing interest in a range of environments. Much has been made of the basic concept and the rule-based system approach typically used to ...
    • Intellectual Property and Software: The Assumptions are Broken 

      Davis; Randall (1991-11-01)
      In March 1991 the World Intellectual Property Organization held an international symposium attended primarily by lawyers, to discuss the questions that artificial intelligence poses for intellectual property law (i.e., ...
    • Meta-Rules: Reasoning About Control 

      Davis; Randall (1980-03-01)
      How can we insure that knowledge embedded in a program is applied effectively? Traditionally the answer to this question has been sought in different problem solving paradigms and in different approaches to encoding ...