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Title: Solving Mechanics Problems Using Meta-Level Inference
Authors: Bundy, Alan
Byrd, L.
Luger, G.
Mellish, C.
Palmer, M.
Issue Date: 1979
Journal Title: Proceedings of the 6th international joint conference on Artificial Intelligence - IJCAI '79
Page Numbers: 1017–1027
Abstract: In this paper we shall describe a program (MECHO), written in Prolog[14], which solves a wide range of mechanics problems from statements in both predicate calculus and English. Mecho uses the technique of meta-level inference to control search in natural language understanding, common sense inference, model formation and algebraic manipulation. We argue that this is a powerful technique for controlling search while retaining the modularity of declarative knowledge representations.
Keywords: Natural Language
Mathematical Reasoning
Search Control
Meta-level Inference
Predicate calculus
Mechanics
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1842/4565
ISBN: 0-934613-47-8
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