The Fifth Generation Computer: The Japanese Challenge
This study describes the aims and achievements of Japan's Fifth Generation Computer Project, a programme which combines the power of a wide range of computer technologies, including VLSI, computer architecture, software and artificial intelligence, in order to create a future generation of computers.
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