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View the documentQuery -- Communique replacement policy
View the documentNews -- Jonathan J. King
View the documentOpportunities -- Xerox KBSCC; GTE; IU/NN jobs; headhunters
View the documentNews -- DARPA and NSF changes
View the documentNews -- Pope OK's profit
View the documentNews -- MBA
View the documentNews -- research vs. teaching vs. corporate careers
View the documentDiscussion -- workstyles
View the documentDiscussion -- Bootstrap Institute; groupware
View the documentQuery -- Asian research labs

AI Magazine (Summer '91) carries an obituary for Jonathan J. King, who died of cancer at age 41. His 1981 Stanford doctoral dissertation was on knowledge-based inference in database queries. He had worked at NIH, and subsequently worked at HP, Symantec, Teknowledge, and Sun. He was also an associate editor of AI Magazine from 1983 through 1989.