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The Internet Edge: Social, Technical, and Legal Challenges for a Networked World

Mark Stefik - Computers - 2000 - 320 pages
Stefik examines the "magic" of new technologies in light of older issues involving the conflict of values in society. Issues include censorship, copyright protection, privacy ...
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Internet Dreams: Archetypes, Myths, and Metaphors

Mark Stefik - Computers - 1997 - 412 pages
Examines the metaphoric phrases currently used to explain the workings and potential of the Internet, from the "information superhighway" to the "electronic marketplace," and ...
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Breakthrough: Stories and Strategies of Radical Innovation

Mark Stefik, Barbara Stefik - Business & Economics - 2004 - 294 pages
Strategies for fostering powerful cultures of innovation and creating breakthroughs. Includes several profiles of MIT innovators.
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Contemplating Minds: A Forum for Artificial Intelligence

William J. Clancey, Stephen W. Smoliar, Mark Stefik - Computers - 1994 - 543 pages
The book review column in Artificial Intelligence has evolved from simple reviews to a forum where reviewers and authors debate in essays, even tutorial presentations, the ...
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Introduction to Expert Systems

Peter Jackson - Expert systems (Computer science). - 1990 - 526 pages
The most popular basic introduction to Expert Systems is revised and updated to include new information on blackboard systems and has extended coverage of reasoning.
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Expert systems for experts

Kamran Parsaye, Mark Chignell - Computers - 1988 - 462 pages
Tells how to create and implement expert systems, compares expert system with other computer software, and discusses knowledge acquisition techniques and systems evaluation
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Systematic Introduction to Expert Systems: Knowledge Representations and ...

Frank Puppe - Computers - 2012 - 352 pages
At present one of the main obstacles to a broader application of expert systems is the lack of a theory to tell us which problem-solving methods areavailable for a given ...
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Building expert systems

Frederick Hayes-Roth, Douglas B. Lenat - Computers - 1983 - 444 pages
Building expert systems; Evaluating an expert system; Expert system tools; A typical problem for expert systems; Transcripts ilustrating the operation of prototype expert ...
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