Intelligent Multimedia Systems: A Handbook for Creating Applications

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Wiley, Apr 21, 1997 - Computers - 494 pages
This powerful book/CD-ROM package provides developers with the knowledge and skills they need to create sophisticated intelligent multimedia systems. Randy Kaplan clearly explains the principles of each field and then reveals how to fuse everything together. Focusing on systems for use in education and entertainment, he provides a complete intelligent multimedia development methodology; proven, easy-to-master programming techniques; and a valuable set of development tools, including tools for creating a frame database and an expert system shell. Intelligent Multimedia Systems provides step-by-step plans for developing a small, complete system, the "Toaster Tutor" - a toaster repair system. The system can be executed using off-the-shelf software, and, like all the other examples in the book, it is written in Visual Basic. The CD-ROM gives you source code for all examples in the book and an intelligent system shell, including documentation.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Multimedia Authoring Tools
33
Visual Basic as a Multimedia Authoring Tool
110
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

RANDY M. KAPLAN is a development scientist specializing in language development and AI, and is the author of several little languages. He has been director of a research group at the Educational Testing Service (ETS) in Princeton, New Jersey, and is presently employed by PECO Energy Co. as a technologist.

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