|Author:||D.A. Waterman,F.Hayes- Roth|
|Title:||Pattern Directed Inference Systems|
|Format:||mobi rtf lrf azw|
|ePUB size:||1389 kb|
|FB2 size:||1819 kb|
|DJVU size:||1846 kb|
|Publisher:||Saunders College Publishing/Harcourt Brace; First edition (August 1978)|
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Print Book & E-Book. ISBN 9780127375502, 9781483268385. eBook ISBN: 9781483268385. Imprint: Academic Press. Pattern-Directed Inference Systems provides a description of the design and implementation of pattern-directed inference systems (PDIS) for various applications. The book also addresses the theoretical significance of PDIS for artificial intelligence and cognitive psychology. The book is divided into eight sections.
Frederick Hayes-Roth has expertise in Medicine and Biology. The purpose of this book is to convey what is known today about building expert systems and to present concepts, methods and issues necessary for an understanding of the field.
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Waterman, F. Hayes-Roth (Ed., Pattern directed inference systems. Semi-autonomous acquisition of pattern-based knowledge. Hayes, D. Michie & Y-H. Pao (Ed., Machine intelligence 10. Chichester: Ellis Horwood.
HAYES-ROTH, . WATERMAN, D. AND LENAT, . Principles of pattern-directed inference systems," in Pattern. rected reference systems, D. A. Waterman and F. Hayes-Roth, Ed. HAYES-ROTH, F. "The role of partial and best matches m knowledge systems," m Pattern. dwected inference systems, D. HAYES-ROTH, . AND HAYES-ROTH, F. Cognitive processes in planning, Tech. Rep. R-2366-ONR, The RAND Corp. Santa Monica, Calif.
Instance selection in Samuel’s book move check-ers program is externally controlled, whereas Popplestone. 60. Larson, . and R. S. Michalski, Inductive inference of VL decision rules, in Pattern-Directed Inference Systems (D., Academic, New York, forthcoming. Thesis, Stanford University, 1976.
Hayes-Roth, 1978 A). Pattern-directed inference systems and production systems are being used more and more often in practical applications and I shall list some below. Representation is one issue which has been identified as being of fundamental importance. Or consider the game of chess.
a pattern-directed inference control mechanism, providing. some of the low-level rule knowledge required. (e. ; Pattern-Directed Inference Systems, Academic Press (New York), 1978. Waters, R. The Programmer’s Apprentice: A Session with KBEmacs, IEEE Trans. on Software En. vol. 11, no. 11, pp. 1296-1320. Winston, Patrick . et al.