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RV Guha and Douglas B. Lenat. 1993. Re: CycLing paper reviews. Artificial Intelligence, vol 61, pp 149-174. [AI] google scholar
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Bart Selman and Henry Kautz. 1993. An empirical study of greedy local search for satisfiability testing. Automated Reasoning, pp 46-51. [AI] google scholar
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Rodney Allen Brooks. 1991. Intelligence without reason. In IJCAI. MIT AI Memo 1293, April 1991,Computers and Thought Lecture, IJCAI 1991. [AI] google scholar
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W. Daniel Hillis. 1990. Co-evolving parasites improve simulated evolution as an optimization procedure. Physica, vol 42, pp 228-234. [AI] google scholar
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Rodney Allen Brooks, Pattie Maes, Maja J. Mataric and Grinell More. 1990. Lunar base construction robots. [AI] google scholar
Pattie Maes and Rodney Allen Brooks. 1990. Learning to coordinate behaviors. [AI] google scholar
Rodney Allen Brooks. 1990. Elephants don't play chess. [AI] google scholar
Colin M. Angle and Rodney Allen Brooks. 1990. Small planetary rovers. [AI] google scholar
RV Guha and Douglas B. Lenat. 1990. Cyc: A midterm report. Technical Report. MCC. Published: AI Magazine, Fall 1990, pp.32-59. [AI] google scholar
RV Guha. 1990. The representation of defaults in Cyc. Technical Report. MCC. [AI] google scholar
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RV Guha and Douglas B. Lenat. 1990. The CycL representation language, Part 4. Technical Report. MCC. [AI] google scholar
RV Guha. 1990. Micro-theories and contexts in Cyc Part I: Basic issues. Technical Report. MCC. [AI] google scholar
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RV Guha and Douglas B. Lenat. 1989. CycL: The Cyc representation language, Part 2. Technical Report. MCC. [AI] google scholar
Yvan G. Leclerc. 1989. Constructing simple stable descriptions for image partitioning. International Journal of Computer Vision, vol 3, pp 73-102. [AI] google scholar
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RV Guha and Douglas B. Lenat. 1989. The world according to Cyc, Part 2: Agenthood, institutions, and agreements. Technical Report. MCC. [AI] google scholar
RV Guha and Douglas B. Lenat. 1989. CycL: The Cyc representation language, Part 3. Technical Report. MCC. [AI] google scholar
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Rodney Allen Brooks and Anita Flynn. 1989. Fast, cheap and out of control: a robot invasion of the solar system. [AI] google scholar
RV Guha and Douglas B. Lenat. 1989. The world according to Cyc, Part 3. Technical Report. MCC. [AI] google scholar
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Ian Douglas Horswill and Rodney Allen Brooks. 1988. Situated vision in a dynamic world: chasing objects. [AI] google scholar
Douglas B. Lenat and RV Guha. 1988. The world according to Cyc. Technical Report. MCC. [AI] google scholar
Douglas B. Lenat, RV Guha and David V. Wallace. 1988. The CycL representation language. Technical Report. MCC. [AI] google scholar
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RV Guha and Douglas B. Lenat. 1988. CycLing: Inferencing in Cyc. Technical Report. MCC. [AI] google scholar
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