Here we consider scientific abstracts to be very interesting. In what follows we shall discuss the analysis of a particular scientific abstract, namely that from an article by M. Sergot et al. [*]. The text simply reads "The formalization of legislation and the development of computer systems to assist with legal problem solving provide a rich domain for developing and testing artificial-intelligence technology".
Comparing with some important alternative approaches like Kamp et al., Schank et al., Kawaguchi et al., leads to a tentative conclusion that our approach seems unique in its capability of handling the design of representation and in its partial solutions to problems of manual programming and automated program synthesis.
[*] M. Sergot et al., Communications of the ACM, vol. 29 no. 5 pp. 370-386.