Artificial intelligence and statistics, Volume 1

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Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., 1986 - Computers - 418 pages
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A statistical view of uncertainty in expert systems. Knowledge, decision making, and uncertainty. Conceptual clustering and its relation to numerical taxonomy. Learning rates in supervised and unsupervised intelligent systems. Pinpoint good hypotheses with heuristics. Artificial intelligence approaches in statistics. REX review. Representing statistical computations: toward a deeper understanding. Student phase 1: a report on work in progress. Representing statistical knowledge for expert data analysis systems. Environments for supporting statistical strategy. Use of psychometric tools for knowledge acquisition: a case study. The analysis phase in development of knowledge based systems. Implementation and study of statistical strategy. Patterns in statisticalstrategy. A DIY guide to statistical strategy. An alphabet for statistician's expert systems.

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A Statistical View of Uncertainty in Expert Systems
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Knowledge Decision Making and Uncertainty
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