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genesereth@cs.stanford.edu (Michael R. Genesereth) (by way of Tom Gruber <genesereth@cs.stanford.edu>)
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Date: Sun, 31 Jul 1994 16:49:31 -0800
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From: genesereth@cs.stanford.edu (Michael R. Genesereth) (by way of Tom Gruber <genesereth@cs.stanford.edu>)
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Jeff Ullman and I are giving a tutorial on Knowledge Sharing at this year's
AAAI conference.  It is interesting to compare notes and opinions with a DB
specialist.  As you might expect, there is not complete agreement on all
points.  However, I hope the tutorial will be educational for the

As part of my presentation, I would like to put up a few slides enumerating
systems that support  employ KQML and KIF and Ontologies or interesting
subsets thereof.  If you have such a system, I would very much appreciate a
one sentence description and maybe a bibliographic reference or URL for a
fuller description.  Thanks.