2 edition of AAAI-91 found in the catalog.
National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (9th 1991)
by AAAI Press, MIT in Menlo Park, London
|Statement||sponsored by the American Association for Artificial Intelligence July 14-19 1991. Vol.1.|
|Contributions||American Association for Artificial Intelligence.|
Dr. Suthers is the co-founder and associate editor for the International Journal of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning. He is also on the editorial board for the Journal of Interactive Learning Environments, Springer book series on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, and the International Journal of the Learning Sciences. Dr. S elf-improvement Based On Reinforcement Learning, Planning and Teaching Long-Ji Lin School of C o m p u t e r Science Carnegie Mellon University P i t t s b u r g h, Pennsylvania e-mail: [email protected] Abstract AHC-learning a n d Q-learning are slow learning m e t h o d s. T h i s paper investigates three extensions t o t h e two basic learning algor i t h m by:
S. N. Gottschlich and A. C. Kak, "Dealing with Uncertainties in CAD-Based Assembly Motion Planning," Proceedings of the Conference of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI'91), Anaheim, CA, Pages 13–14 in Working Notes for the AAAI Fall Symposium on Discourse Structure in Natural Language Understanding and Generation, Asilomar, November The Role of Punctuation in Discourse Structure Robert Dale Centre for Cognitive Science and Department of .
Narrative generation has historically suffered from poor writing quality, stemming from a narrow focus on story grammars and plot design. Moreover, to-date natural language generation systems have not been capable of faithfully reproducing either the variety or complexity of naturally occurring : B CallawayCharles, C LesterJames. Report on the AAAI workshop on comparative analysis of explanation planning architectures. IEEE Expert 7(1), February , pp. Suthers, D., Woolf, B., Cornell, M. (). Steps from explanation planning to model construction dialogues. Proceedings of the National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI).
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The. This book, which goes back to a workshop held at AAAI contains 15 papers on various aspects of multimedia interfaces. It is organized into three sections: Automated Presentation Design, Intelligent Multimedia Interfaces and Architectural and Theoretical Issues.
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The book under review here, Building Large Knowledge-Based Systems: Representation and Inference in the Cyc Project, describes progress so far in an attempt to build a system that is intended to exhibit general common-sense reasoning review first discusses aspects of the Cyc system, with a focus on important decisions made in designing its knowledge Cited by: Generating Adjectives to Express the Speaker’s Argumentative Intent Michael Elhadad Columbia University (AAAI 91),Anaheim CA, the advisor in addition to the objective properties of the book).
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His PhD was supervised by Gerald served on the faculty of Alma mater: MIT.Bibliography for AI This is the bibliography for the book Artificial Intelligence: A Modern can also get this in LaTeX bib format, or see a histogram of number of bibliographic entries by year for several AI textbooks.
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