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Some similarities and differences between intellectual and machine text understanding for the purpose of abstracting

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KUHLEN, Rainer, 1984. Some similarities and differences between intellectual and machine text understanding for the purpose of abstracting. In: DIETSCHMANN, Hans J., ed.. Representation and exchange of knowledge as a basis of information process. Amsterdam:Elsevier, pp. 87-109. ISBN 0-444-87563-8

@inproceedings{Kuhlen1984simil-5774, title={Some similarities and differences between intellectual and machine text understanding for the purpose of abstracting}, year={1984}, isbn={0-444-87563-8}, address={Amsterdam}, publisher={Elsevier}, booktitle={Representation and exchange of knowledge as a basis of information process}, pages={87--109}, editor={Dietschmann, Hans J.}, author={Kuhlen, Rainer} }

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