Advances in artificial intelligence: proceedings of the 1987 AISB conference, University of Edinburgh, 6-10 April 1987
Wiley, Jun 22, 1987 - Technology & Engineering - 290 pages
Brings together papers on fundamental AI research and its potential in creating new applications. Each explores an aspect of the classical problem for researchers in this field: how to produce intelligent behavior by constructing systems capable of representing and reasoning about the world. Topics include representing and reasoning about: time, physical objects, belief, human problem solving, and linguistic structure. The papers in this work build on previous AI research, adding a new seriousness and rigor associated with current, ever-increasing use of formal techniques.
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Connectionism and Cognitive Science
The Lexicon Grammatical Categories and Temporal Reasoning
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