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*2005
18EEJohn R. Talburt, Charles G. Morgan, Terry Talley, Ken Archer: The Application of Commercial Data Integration Technologies to Improve the Quality of Anonymous Entity Resolution in the Public Sector. IQ 2005
2004
17EECharles G. Morgan: Many Valued Probability Theory. ISMVL 2004: 294-299
16EECharles G. Morgan: Probability, rational belief and belief change. NMR 2004: 297-305
1998
15 Beata Konikowska, Charles G. Morgan, Ewa Orlowska: Relational semantics for arbitrary finite valued logics. RelMiCS 1998: 138-143
14 Charles G. Morgan: Higher Gap Morasses, IA: Gap-Two Morasses and Condensation. J. Symb. Log. 63(3): 753-787 (1998)
13EEBeata Konikowska, Charles G. Morgan, Ewa Orlowska: A Relational Formalisation of Arbitrary Finite Valued Logics. Logic Journal of the IGPL 6(5): 755-774 (1998)
1996
12 Charles G. Morgan: Morasses, Square and Forcing Axioms. Ann. Pure Appl. Logic 80(2): 139-163 (1996)
1995
11 Charles G. Morgan: A Gap Cohomology Group. Math. Log. Q. 41: 564-570 (1995)
1994
10 Charles G. Morgan: Evidence, Belief, and Inference. Computational Intelligence 10: 79-84 (1994)
1993
9 Charles G. Morgan: Introduction. Studia Logica 52(2): 181 (1993)
1992
8 Charles G. Morgan: An Automated Theorem Prover for Relational Logic (Abstract). TABLEAUX 1992: 56-58
1991
7 Charles G. Morgan: Logic, probability theory, and artificial intelligence - Part I: the probabilistic foundations of logic. Computational Intelligence 7: 94-109 (1991)
1988
6 Charles G. Morgan: Probability theory versus procedural pessimism. Computational Intelligence 4: 94-97 (1988)
1986
5EECharles G. Morgan: AUTOLOGIC at University of Victoria. CADE 1986: 699-700
1976
4 Charles G. Morgan: Methods for Automated Theorem Proving in Nonclassical Logics. IEEE Trans. Computers 25(8): 852-862 (1976)
1975
3 Charles G. Morgan: Automated Hypothesis Generation Using Extended Inductive Resolution. IJCAI 1975: 351-356
2 Charles G. Morgan: Weak Liberated Versions of T and S4. J. Symb. Log. 40(1): 25-30 (1975)
1971
1 Charles G. Morgan: Hypothesis Generation by Machine. Artif. Intell. 2(2): 179-187 (1971)

Coauthor Index

1Ken Archer [18]
2Beata Konikowska [13] [15]
3Ewa Orlowska [13] [15]
4John R. Talburt [18]
5Terry Talley [18]

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