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    Paolo Bouquet & Luciano Serafini (2001). Two Formalizations of Context: A Comparison. In P. Bouquet V. Akman (ed.), Modeling and Using Context. Springer 87--101.
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    Paolo Bouquet, Heiko Stoermer & Massimiliano Vignolo (2012). Web of Data and Web of Entities: Identity and Reference in Interlinked Data in the Semantic Web. Philosophy and Technology 25 (1):5-26.
    Using web standards, such as uniform resource identifiers (URIs), XML and HTTP, for naming and describing resources which are not information objects is the key difference between the Web as we know it today and the Semantic Web. Naming and interlinking this type of resources by HTTP URIs (instead of individual constants in a formal language) is the key feature which distinguishes traditional knowledge representation from web-scale knowledge representation. However, this use of URIs brought back attention to the old philosophical (...)
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    Massimo Benerecetti, Paolo Bouquet & Chiara Ghidini (2001). On the Dimensions of Context Dependence: Partiality, Approximation, and Perspective. In P. Bouquet V. Akman (ed.), Modeling and Using Context. Springer 59--72.
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  4. Massimo Benerecetti, Paolo Bouquet & Stefano Zanobini (2003). Verso una logica cognitiva per i linguaggi indicali. Epistemologia 26 (2):201-236.
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  5. Paolo Bouquet, Patrick Brezillon, Francesca Castellani & Luciano Serafini (eds.) (1999). In Modeling and Using Context. Proceedings of the Second International and Interdisciplinary Conference. Springer.
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  6. Paolo Bouquet, Luciano Serafini & Richmond H. Thomason (eds.) (2008). Perspectives on Contexts. Center for the Study of Language and Inf.
    Most human thinking is thoroughly informed by context but, until recently, theories of reasoning have concentrated on abstract rules and generalities that make no reference to this crucial factor. _Perspectives on Contexts_ brings together essays from leading cognitive scientists to forge a vigorous interdisciplinary understanding of the contextual phenomenon. Applicable to human and machine cognition in philosophy, artificial intelligence, and psychology, this volume is essential to the current renaissance in thinking about context.
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