Artificial Intelligence Frontiers in Statistics: Al and Statistics III

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CRC Press, Dec 1, 1992 - Business & Economics - 432 pages
This book presents a summary of recent work on the interface between artificial intelligence and statistics. It does this through a series of papers by different authors working in different areas of this interface. These papers are a selected and referenced subset of papers presented at the 3rd Interntional Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Statistics, Florida, January 1991.
 

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Contents

an expert system for the design of experiments
3
Inside two commercially available statistical expert systems
17
Aide à la Modélisation par lIntelligence Artificielle
31
An architecture for knowledgebased statistical support systems
39
Enhancing explanation capabilities of statistical expert systems
46
Measurement scales as metadata
54
On the design of belief networks for knowledgebased systems
67
Lackofinformation based control in graphical belief systems
82
An analysis of two probabilistic model induction techniques
202
A robust back propagation algorithm for function approximation
217
Maximum likelihood training of neural networks
241
CONKAT
256
Statistical approaches to aligning sentences and identifying word
281
Probabilistic text understanding
295
The application of machine learning techniques in subject
312
A statistical semantics for causation
327

Intelligent arc addition belief propagation and utilization
106
Inferring causal structure in mixed populations
141
A knowledge acquisition inductive system guided
156
Incorporating statistical techniques into empirical symbolic
168
Learning classification trees
182
statistical
348
Randomness and independence in nonmonotonic reasoning
362
A decision theoretic approach to controlling the cost
387
Index
401
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