Carlos Ramirez

Dr Carlos Ramirez received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from The University of Kent at Canterbury, England, in December 1998. Currently, he is professor of artificial intelligence and theory of computation and research member of the Distributed and Adaptive Systems Lab for Learning Technologies Development, and of the Virtual and Robotic Agents Centre, with the faculty of the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico. Dr. Ramirez research interests include cognitive informatics and computing, knowledge representation models, concept algebra, cognitive processes and inferences, dynamic concept networks, pattern and object recognition, and intelligent optimisation. He is member of several scientific organisations, has supervised numerous research and engineering projects and has publications in artificial intelligence, cognitive computing, dynamics and control and information retrieval.

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Advances in Knowledge Representation offers a compilation of state of the art research works on topics such as concept theory, positive relational algebra and k-relations, structured, visual and ontological models of knowledge representation, as well as detailed descriptions of applications to various domains, such as semantic representation and extraction, intelligent information retrieval, program proof checking, complex planning, and data preparation for knowledge modelling, and a extensive bibliography. It is a valuable contribution to the advancement of the field. The expected readers are advanced students and researchers on the knowledge representation field and related areas; it may also help to computer oriented practitioners of diverse fields looking for ideas on how to develop a knowledge-based application.

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