Acronyms that contain the term scripts
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Express Scripts, Inc.
Jumpstart Architecture And Security Scripts
Not Matt's Scripts
DVDSubber DVD Subtitles and Scripts
Server Administration Perl Scripts
Asian Scripts Technology Infrastructure
Unicode Standard AnneX 3, Exploratory Proposals for Less Common Scripts ( Superceded by Unicode Standard Version 3.1)
Symbios Scripts Hard
Rauner Scripts, Rauner Special Collections Library
Kses Strips Evil Scripts
CLiX Scripts Banner Xchange
Sodium Dodecyl Scripts
FBIRN Imaging Processing Scripts
American Film Scripts Online
Client Administration Perl Scripts
Simple Dependency Build Scripts
FBIRN Image Processing Scripts
Security Readiness Review Scripts
Binary MultiEx Scripts
Columnstore Indexes Scripts Library
Program in Aegean Scripts and Prehistory
Express Scripts Inc
Movie & Play Scripts
What does scripts mean?
- Scripts were developed in the early AI work by Roger Schank, Robert P. Abelson and their research group, and are a method of representing procedural knowledge. They are very much like frames, except the values that fill the slots must be ordered.A script is a structured representation describing a stereotyped sequence of events in a particular context. Scripts are used in natural language understanding systems to organize a knowledge base in terms of the situations that the system should understand. The classic example of a script involves the typical sequence of events that occur when a person drinks in a restaurant: finding a seat, reading the menu, ordering drinks from the waitstaff... In the script form, these would be decomposed into conceptual transitions, such as MTRANS and PTRANS, which refer to mental transitions [of information] and physical transitions [of things]. Schank, Abelson and their colleagues tackled some of the most difficult problems in artificial intelligence, but ultimately their line of work ended without tangible success. This type of work received little attention after the 1980s, but it is very influential in later knowledge representation techniques, such as case-based reasoning.