Lenhart Schubert

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Lenhart Schubert
Alma materUniversity of Toronto
Known forEPILOG, KNEXT
Scientific career
FieldsArtificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing, Knowledge Representation, Inference, Planning
InstitutionsUniversity of Alberta
University of Rochester

Lenhart Schubert is a professor of Computer Science at the University of Rochester, as well as a member of the Center for Language Sciences and the Center for Computation and the Brain.[1] Schubert is a prominent researcher in the field of common sense reasoning.

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Schubert received his Ph.D. from the University of Toronto in 1970. He was on the faculty of the University of Alberta between 1973 and 1988[1] and joined the faculty at the University of Rochester in 1988.[1] He was elected fellow of Association for Advancement of Artificial Intelligence in 1993 for "fundamental contributions in NLP, esp. in the formalization, representation, and practical implementation of non-first order concepts".[2]

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