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Procedural Representation

September 4, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Condition – Action Pairs

–          If this condition (or premise or antecedent) occurs.

–          Then some action (or result, or conclusion, or consequence) will (or should) occur


  • Heuristic or domain specific knowledge can be represented.
  • Extended logical inferences, such as default reasoning facilitated.
  • Side effects of actions may be modeled. Some rules may become false in time. Keeping track of this in large systems may be tricky.


  • Completeness — not all cases may be represented.
  • Consistency — not all deductions may be correct.
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