Collins Dictionary of Artificial Intelligence by Raoul Smith

By Raoul Smith

A dictionary of over 2000 phrases utilized in the realm of synthetic intelligence.

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We must have a general method of perceiving. encoding. structuring. and retrieving events of different degrees of complexity. For such a purpose. we developed an event memory method reported in [263]. We are investigating a unified cognitive architecture using this event memory [Mozer (this volume)] in which we are building the first prototype versions of a first-words language acquisition module and a simple plan-acquisition module that formulates and acquires plans to handle recurring goals (such as learning to squirrel away food if it is available now.

The entire cycle repeats starting with Step 1. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank the other members of the World Modelers Group (Keith Barnett. Klaus Gross. Pat Langley. Mike Mozer. Alain Rappaport. and Hans Tallis) for their their ideas and comments on this paper. This research was supported in part by ONR grants N00014-79C-0661 and N0014-82-C-50767. and DARPA contract number F33615-84K-1520. THE ACQUISITION OF PROCEDURAL KNOWLEDGE THROUGH INDUCTIVE LEARNING Kaihu Chen Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.

Two hypotheses HI and H2 describing the same class. if HI and H2 are equally efficacious 1 in describing the class. and HI is more general than H2. then H2 may be eliminated from further refinement. Similar refinement heuristics based on the relationship of two or more hypotheses can be defined. For example. associations between competing hypotheses can be established so that hypotheses with higher degree of association can be specialized to a common specialization to form a new hypothesis. Competing hypotheses with high degree of syntactical similarity can also be generalized to a common generalization.

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