Roger Schank
Roger Schank
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Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Software engineering: a practitioner's approach
RS Pressman
Palgrave macmillan, 2005
215812005
Scripts, plans, goals, and understanding: An inquiry into human knowledge structures
RC Schank, RP Abelson
Psychology Press, 2013
203732013
Dynamic memory: A theory of reminding and learning in computers and people
RC Schank
cambridge university press, 1983
35821983
Inside case-based reasoning
CK Riesbeck, RC Schank
Psychology Press, 2013
25322013
Dynamic memory revisited
RC Schank
Cambridge University Press, 1999
23181999
Conceptual information processing
RC Schank
Elsevier, 2014
20212014
Conceptual dependency: A theory of natural language understanding
RC Schank
Cognitive psychology 3 (4), 552-631, 1972
16461972
Tell me a story: A new look at real and artificial memory.
RC Schank
Charles Scribner's Sons, 1990
15121990
Administración de operaciones
RG Schroeder, RDLP Olaeta
McGraw-hill, 1992
12531992
Knowledge and Memory: The Real Story: Advances in Social Cognition, Volume VIII
RS Wyer Jr
Psychology Press, 2014
12292014
Representation and understanding: Studies in cognitive science
A Collins, DG Bobrow
Elsevier, 2017
11052017
Engines for education.
RC Schank, C Cleary
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc, 1995
10771995
Explanation patterns: Understanding mechanically and creatively
RP Schank
Psychology Press, 2013
10622013
Tell me a story: Narrative and intelligence
RC Schank
Northwestern University Press, 1995
9821995
Learning by doing
RC Schank, TR Berman, KA Macpherson
Instructional-design theories and models: A new paradigm of instructional …, 1999
8961999
The structure of episodes in memory
RC Schank
Representation and understanding, 237-272, 1975
6481975
The design of goal-based scenarios
RC Schank, A Fano, B Bell, M Jona
The journal of the learning sciences 3 (4), 305-345, 1994
6431994
Inside computer understanding: Five programs plus miniatures
RC Schank, CK Riesbeck
Psychology Press, 2013
6062013
Virtual Learning. A Revolutionary Approach to Building a Highly Skilled Workforce.
R Schank
McGraw-Hill, 11 West 19th Street, New York, NY 10011., 1997
5571997
Identification of Conceptualizations Under-lying Natural Language
R Schank
Computer models of thought and language, 1973
5531973
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