Journal: Knowledge Eng. Review

Volume 2, Issue 4

227 -- 247William A. Gale. Statistical applications of artificial intelligence and knowledge engineering
249 -- 264Nicholas Walker, John Fox. Knowledge based interpretation of images: a biomedical perspective
265 -- 276Robert D. Ward, Derek H. Sleeman. Learning to use the S.1 knowledge engineering tool
277 -- 285M. S. Lan, R. M. Panos, M. S. Balban. Experience using S.1: an expert system for newspaper printing press configuration
287 -- 295Jean-Claude Rault. A survey of French developments in knowledge-based systems
297 -- 298Delia Venables. Expert systems - strategic implications and applications by Annabel C Beerel, Ellis Horwood
298 -- 301Dave Saunders. Formal methods in artificial intelligence by J-P Delahaye, North Oxford Academic 1987

Volume 2, Issue 3

145 -- 146. Technology transfer and the evolution of knowledge engineering
147 -- 151Kiyoshi Niwa. Knowledge transfer: a key to successful application of knowledge-based systems
153 -- 158Sture Hägglund. The Linköping approach to technology transfer in knowledge engineering
159 -- 168Mark Drummond, Ann Macintosh, Austin Tate, David Barlow, Mark Greenwood. A framework for technology transfer within the Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute
169 -- 173Bernard P. Wess. Commentary on the commercialization of knowledge engineering: enterprise and product development
175 -- 177Leland Teschler. Trends in the marketing of expert system technology
179 -- 183S. C. Laufmann. A strategy for near-term success using knowledge-based systems
185 -- 201A. D'Agapayeff, C. J. B. Hawkins. Expert systems in UK business: a critical assessment
203 -- 206Fumihiko Mori. Expert systems in business: a Japanese experience
207 -- 211N. A. D. Connell. The current impact of expert systems on the accounting profession and some reasons for hesitancy in the adoption of such systems
213 -- 218Richard E. Susskind. Critical note - artificial intelligence and legal reasoning

Volume 2, Issue 2

73 -- 0. The evolution of knowledge systems: ideological confusion or healthy pragmatism?
75 -- 97Alessandro Saffiotti. An AI view of the treatment of uncertainty
99 -- 122S. P. Stenton. Dialogue management for co-operative knowledge based systems
123 -- 135Jean-Pierre H. Laurent. Types of control structure in expert systems
137 -- 139Nigel Shadbolt. Building Expert Systems: Cognitive Emulation

Volume 2, Issue 1

1 -- 3. Cognitive science and knowledge engineering
5 -- 25Paul R. Cohen. The control of reasoning under uncertainty: A discussion of some programs
27 -- 41Philip E. Slatter. Cognitive emulation in expert system design
43 -- 54V. Robinson, Nigel W. Hardy, David P. Barnes, Chris J. Price, Mark H. Lee. Experiences with a knowledge engineering toolkit: an assessment in industrial robotics
55 -- 63Brian P. Bloomfield. Capturing expertise by rule induction
65 -- 67Ivan Bratko, Donald Michie. Some comments on rule induction
69 -- 70Brian P. Bloomfield. More comments on rule induction: A reply to Bratko and Michie