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D-92-12

with Franz Schmalhofer , Gabriele Schmidt
Integrated Knowledge Acquisition for Lathe Production Planning: a Picture Gallery (Integrierte Wissensakquisition zur Fertigungsplanung für Drehteile: eine Bildergalerie)

D-98-02

with Andreas Abecker , Ansgar Bernardi , Knut Hinkelmann , Michael Sintek
Techniques for Organizational Memory Information Systems

FR-97-01

with Harold Boley , Andreas Abecker , Knut Hinkelmann , Manfred Meyer , Harald Meyer auf'm Hofe , Franz Schmalhofer , Holger Wache
VEGA Knowledge Validation and Exploration by Global Analysis

RR-90-14

with Franz Schmalhofer , Gabriele Schmidt
Integrated Knowledge Acquisition from Text, Previously Solved Cases, and Expert Memories

RR-91-27

with A. Bernardi , H. Boley , Ph. Hanschke , K. Hinkelmann , Ch. Klauck , R. Legleitner , M. Meyer , M. M. Richter , F. Schmalhofer , G. Schmidt , W. Sommer
ARC-TEC: Acquisition, Representation and Compilation of Technical Knowledge

RR-92-25

with Franz Schmalhofer , Ralf Bergmann , Gabriele Schmidt
Using integrated knowledge acquisition to prepare sophisticated expert plans for their re-use in novel situations

RR-94-08

with Björn Höfling
Conserving Corporate Knowledge for Crankshaft Design

RR-94-31

with Volker Becker , Georg Lohse , Philipp Neumann
Integrated Knowledge Utilization and Evolution for the Conservation of Corporate Know-How

TM-91-03

with Marc Linster , Gabriele Schmidt
Clamping, COKAM, KADS, and OMOS: The Construction and Operationalization of a KADS Conceptual Model

TM-92-06

with Franz Schmalhofer
Hierarchical skeletal plan refinement:
Task- and inference structures

TM-93-01

with Andreas Birk
Reconstructive Integrated Explanation of Lathe Production Plans

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