Journal: Knowledge Eng. Review

Volume 5, Issue 4

225 -- 249Ann A. Copestake, Karen Sparck Jones. Natural language interfaces to databases
251 -- 263Kathleen King, Howard Beck. Medical AI systems as appropriate technology for developing countries
265 -- 276Martin Lam. Lighthill 17 years on
277 -- 284Donald Michie. Lighthill 17 years on: end of a shotgun divorce
285 -- 288Yorick Wilks. AI and Anglo-Saxon Attitudes: a response to Martin Lam
285 -- 0Peter Jackson. Reply to Lam
288 -- 290John McCarthy. Lessons from the Lighthill Flap
290 -- 0Karen Sparck Jones. Re Lam: Lighthill 17 years on
290 -- 293Martin Lam. A Rejoinder
295 -- 301Nicholas Ostler. The Alvey Programme: footnotes

Volume 5, Issue 3

147 -- 166Moonis Ali. Intelligent Systems in aerospace
167 -- 179Ian M. Carter. Applications and prospects for AI in mechanical engineering design
181 -- 214Derek A. Linkens. AI in control Systems engineering
215 -- 216Catherine Cassell. Computer addiction? A study of computer dependency by Margaret A. Shotton 1989, Taylor and Francis, pp 342, £32.00 (cloth), £12.00 (paper)
216 -- 217John Washbrook. AI and expertise: heuristic search, inference, automatic proving by H Farreny, 1988, translated by Jonathan Barchan, Ellis Horwood, pp 260, £39.95
217 -- 218Andrew Eliasz. Artificial intelligence expert Systems and languages in modelling and simulation - Proceedings of the 1st IMACS Symposium on Artificial Intelligence 1987, eds. Casimir A. Kulikowski, Rafael M. Huber and Gabriel A. Ferrate 1987, ISBN 0-444-70482-5, pp 374, $97.74

Volume 5, Issue 2

67 -- 0Paul W. H. Chung. Editorial
69 -- 95D. Hutton, Jack W. Ponton, A. Waters. AI applications in process design, operation and safety
97 -- 125Raymond E. Levitt, Nabil A. Kartam. Expert systems in construction engineering and management: state of the art
127 -- 140Kit Po Wong. Applications of artificial intelligence and expert systems in power engineering

Volume 5, Issue 1

1 -- 4John Fox. Safe expert systems: simulating experts or building formal theories?
5 -- 14Paul E. Lehner, Leonard Adelman. Behavioural decision theory and it's implication for knowledge engineering
15 -- 33Peter Haddawy, Larry A. Rendell. Planning and decision theory
35 -- 50Dario A. Giuse. Efficient knowledge representation systems
51 -- 52Richard Thomas. Benefits and risks of knowledge-based systems Report by a Working Party, UK Council for Science and Society, OUP, Oxford 1989, pp 76, £6.95
52 -- 53J. A. G. Hawkins. Benefits and risks of knowledge-based systems Report by a Working Party, Council for Science and Society, OUP Oxford 1989, pp 76, £6.95
53 -- 54J. E. Nicholls. Benefits and risks of knowledge-based systems Report by a Working Party, UK Council for Science and Society, OUP, Oxford 1989, pp 76, £6.95
54 -- 56J. R. Ravetz. The reliability of expert systems by Erik Hollnagel (Ed.), Elllis Horwood, Chichester, 1989, pp 243, £25.00
56 -- 59Ian M. Neale. Knowledge acquisition for expert systems (2nd Ed.) by A Hart, Kogan Page, London 1989, pp 196, £14.95. ISBN 1 85091 8309