AAAI-96: Proceedings of the Thirteenth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence and The Eighth Annual Conference on Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence (2 volume set), Volume 13, Part 2
AAAI Press, Jul 1, 1996 - Artificial intelligence - 1642 pages
August 4-8, 1996, Portland, Oregon
AAAI '96 provides a broad forum for information exchange and interaction among researchers working in different subdisciplines, in different research paradigms, and in different stages of research in artificial intelligence. Topics cover principles underlying cognition, perception and action; design, application, and evaluation of AI algorithms and systems; architectures and frameworks for classes of AI systems; and analysis of tasks and domains in which intelligent systems perform. Included are contributions that describe theoretical, empirical, or experimental results; represent areas of AI that may have been underrepresented in recent conferences; present promising new research concepts, techniques, or perspectives; or discuss issues that cross traditional subdisciplinary boundaries.
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