Machine Intelligence 15

Machine Intelligence 15

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This is the fifteenth volume in the Machine Intelligence series, founded in 1965 by Donald Michie, and includes papers by a number of eminent AI figures including John McCarthy, Alan Robinson, Robert Kowalski and Mike Genesereth. The book is centred on the theme of intelligent agents and covers a wide range of topics, including: - Representations of consciousness (John McCarthy, Stanford University and Donald Michie, Edinburgh University) - SoftBots (Bruce
Blumberg, MIT Media Lab) - Parallel implementations of logic (Alan Robinson, Syracuse University) - Machine learning (Stephen Muggleton, Oxford University) - Machine vision (Andrew Blake, Oxford University) - Machine-based scientific discovery in molecular biology (Mike Sternberg, Imperial Cancer Research
Fund).
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Product details

  • Hardback | 526 pages
  • 161 x 245 x 35mm | 1,047g
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • numerous line figures and tables
  • 0198538677
  • 9780198538677

Table of contents

CONSCIOUSNESS AND CAUSATION; COMPUTER VISION; AGENTS THAT LEARN; FORMALISMS AND MODELS OF LEARNING; APPLIED SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY; CONCURRENT DECLARATIVE PROGRAMMING; HISTORY OF COMPUTING
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