- Editorial: 30th Anniversary Issue.
- Max E. Sime, Thomas R. G. Green, D. J. Guest:
Psychological Evaluation of Two Conditional Constructions Used in Computer Languages.
- E. H. Mamdani, S. Assilian:
An Experiment in Linguistic Synthesis with a Fuzzy Logic Controller.
- Humberto R. Maturana:
The Organization of the Living: A Theory of the Living Organization.
- Lance A. Miller, John C. Thomas:
Behavioral issues in the use of interactive systems.
- Ruven E. Brooks:
Towards a theory of the cognitive processes in computer programming.
- Lisanne Bainbridge:
Verbal reports as evidence of the process operator's knowledge.
- Ryszard S. Michalski, R. L. Chilausky:
Knowledge acquisition by encoding expert rules versus computer induction from examples: a case study involving soybean pathology.
- Benedict du Boulay, Tim O'Shea, John Monk:
The black box inside the glass box: presenting computing concepts to novices.
- G. Robertson, Donald L. Mccracken, Alan F. Newell:
The ZOG approach to man-machine communication.
- Raymond S. Nickerson:
Why interactive computer systems are sometimes not used by people who might benefit from them.
- Elaine Rich:
Users are individuals: individualizing user models.
- Erik Hollnagel, David D. Woods:
Cognitive Systems Engineering: New wine in new bottles.
- B. Chandrasekaran, Sanjay Mittal:
Deep versus compiled knowledge approaches to diagnostic problem-solving.
- Zdzislaw Pawlak:
- John M. Carroll, Robert L. Mack:
Metaphor, computing systems, and active learning.
- David E. Kieras, Peter G. Polson:
An approach to the formal analysis of user complexity.
- Christine L. Borgman:
The user's mental model of an information retrieval system: an experiment on a prototype online catalog.
- John H. Boose, Jeffrey M. Bradshaw:
Expertise transfer and complex problems: using AQUINAS as a knowledge-acquisition workbench for knowledge-based systems.
- Mark A. Musen, Lawrence M. Fagan, David M. Combs, Edward H. Shortliffe:
Use of a domain model to drive an interactive knowledge-editing tool.
- J. Ross Quinlan:
Simplifying decision trees.
- Stefan Decker, Frank Maurer:
Editorial: Organizational memory and knowledge management.
- C. E. Siemieniuch, M. A. Sinclair:
Organizational aspects of knowledge lifecycle management in manufacturing.
- Ann Macintosh, Ian Filby, John Kingston:
Knowledge management techniques: teaching and dissemination concepts.
- Rose Dieng, Olivier Corby, Alain Giboin, Myriam Ribière:
Methods and tools for corporate knowledge management.
- David G. Schwartz:
When email meets organizational memories: addressing threats to communication in a learning organization.
- Nick Milton, Nigel Shadbolt, Hugh Cottam, Mark Hammersley:
Towards a knowledge technology for knowledge management.
- Dieter Landes, Kurt Schneider, Frank Houdek:
Organizational learning and experience documentation in industrial software projects.
- Scott P. Robertson, Kathy Reese:
A virtual library for building community and sharing knowledge.
- V. Richard Benjamins, Dieter Fensel, Stefan Decker, Asunción Gómez-Pérez:
(KA)2: building ontologies for the Internet: a mid-term report.
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- Nienke den Haan, Giovanni Sartor:
Editorial: Model-based Legal Knowledge Engineering.
- Jaap Hage, Bart Verheij:
The law as a dynamic interconnected system of states of affairs: a legal top ontology.
- André Valente, Joost Breuker, Bob Brouwer:
Legal modeling and automated reasoning with ON-LINE.
- Robert W. van Kralingen, Pepijn R. S. Visser, Trevor J. M. Bench-Capon, H. Jaap van den Herik:
A principled approach to developing legal knowledge systems.
- Marie-Francine Moens, Caroline Uyttendaele, Jos Dumortier:
Information extraction from legal texts: the potential of discourse analysis.
- John S. Edwards, Robert I. Akroyd:
Modelling rhetorical legal "logic"--a double syllogism.