Posted:January 2, 2019

Knowledge Representation Practionary Book Now Released

A Knowledge Representation PractionaryAvailable in Print or E-book Forms

I’m pleased that shortly before Christmas my new book, A Knowledge Representation Practionary: Guidelines Based on Charles Sanders Peirce (Springer), became available in hardcopy form. The e-book had been available for about two weeks prior to that.

The 464 pp book is available from Springer or Amazon (or others). See my earlier announcement for book details and the table of contents.

Individuals with a Springer subscription may get a softcover copy of the e-book for $24.99 under Springer’s MyCopy program. The standard e-book is available for $129 and hardcover copies are available for $169; see the standard Springer order site. Students or individuals without Springer subscriptions who can not afford these prices should contact me directly for possible alternatives. I will do what I can to provide affordable choices.

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