Designing Intelligence: A Framework for Smart Systems

Designing Intelligence: A Framework for Smart Systems

by Steven H. Kin, Kim, Steven H. Kim
     
 


The study of intelligent systems has assumed increasing importance as computers have become integrated into scientific and technological processes. Such systems are used by biologists in modeling adaptive structures, by cognitive psychologists looking at reasoning mechanisms, by engineers working with microprocessor-based devices of all kinds, by industrial… See more details below

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The study of intelligent systems has assumed increasing importance as computers have become integrated into scientific and technological processes. Such systems are used by biologists in modeling adaptive structures, by cognitive psychologists looking at reasoning mechanisms, by engineers working with microprocessor-based devices of all kinds, by industrial planners of automated factories, and in many kinds of information and office-management networks. However there is no accepted general theory nor even a coherent framework for discussing such developments. The aim of this text is to present a general basis for analyzing and synthesizing natural and artificial intelligent systems, fusing theoretical models with a set of relationships or behavioral principles. Written at the graduate level, the book will be highly useful in courses for mechanical engineers and computer scientists. It will also have wide appeal for researchers and scientists involved in using and designing computer-based intelligent systems.

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ISBN-13:
9780195060164
Publisher:
Oxford University Press, USA
Publication date:
10/01/1990
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
6.50(w) x 9.56(h) x 1.07(d)

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