AAAI-92, Volume 10
Mit Press, 1992 - Computers - 873 pages
The focus of the AAAI-92 conference is on the re integration of AI as a diverse but coherent whole. Accordingly the traditional list of community-based content areas has been replaced by a more neutral set of taxonomies that span the field. For example, a paper proposing a new epistemology for representing the physical world based on an analysis of human brain structure would be described as "representation, physical world, biological." The papers collected here represent significant research contributions to such areas as the principles underlying cognition, perception, and action in man and machine; the design, application, and evaluation of AI algorithms and systems; and the analysis of domains in which AI systems perform.
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Artificial Intelligence : Structures and Strategies for Complex Problem Solving
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Understanding Causal Descriptions of Physical tion of Convergence Robert Zembowicz and Jan M
Results of Encoding Knowledge with Tutor Learning in FOL with a Similarity Measure Gilles Bisson Universite Parissud
Steps from Explanation Planning to Model Nishida Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
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