The Knowledge Engineering Review
The Knowledge Engineering Review has been established to provide a general source of information and analysis in all areas relevant to research and development in knowledge based systems and applied artificial intelligence. The editors wish to encourage careful preparation of original papers analysing developments in the field. In particular we wish to see tutorial and survey articles, and commentary, criticism and debate. Primary research papers on specialised technical topics are unlikely to be appropriate but research papers on broad topics such as development methodology or general evaluations of tools and techniques, are of interest. Descriptions of specific projects or particular computer systems will be considered if their presentation draws out general issues in the design, implementation or impact of knowledge based systems.
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