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POLITICS: Automated ideological reasoning
Computer Science Department
  • Jaime G. Carbonell, Yale University
Date of Original Version
1-1-1978
Type
Article
Abstract or Description
POLITICS is a system of computer programs which simulates humans in comprehending and responding to world events from a given political or ideological perspective. The primary theoretical motivations were: (1) the implementation of a functional system which applies the knowledge structures of Schank and Abelson (1977) to the domain of simulating political belief systems; (2) the development of a tentative theory of intentional goal conflicts and counterplanning. Secondary goals of the POLITICS project include developing a representation for belief systems, investigating cognitive processes such as goal-directed inferencing, and the integration of several types of knowledge representations into a functional system.
Citation Information
Jaime G. Carbonell. "POLITICS: Automated ideological reasoning" (1978)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jaime_carbonell/138/