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Traditionally, visualization is the transformation of data into information that can be rendered using computer graphics techniques. Visualization combines techniques and representations from computer graphics, computer vision, and image processing. In distributed and hierarchical operations and...
This book is reprinted from Artificial Intelligence: An International Journal, Volume 58, Numbers 1--3, 1992. There are reported new results in constraint-based reasoning. Constraint-based reasoning has a long tradition in artificial intelligence. Many problems to which artificial intelligence...
Finding information is a common and fundamental task for Internet users. Search engines such as AltaVista and indices such as Yahoo! are the tools commonly used for this task. Users type in queries using keywords to indicate their interest or navigate through hierarchical directories of topics,...
John Haugeland, professor of philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh, is well known in the Artificial Intelligence community. With interests --- among others --- in the philosophy of mind and philosophical psychology, he has produced numerous thoughtful works in the past and continues to do...
This book describes various neural networks and their behavior based on David Marr's theory of vision and information processing systems Marr82. The author, Richard Golden, is an Associate Professor in the Program of Cognition and Neuro-science at the University of Texas at Dallas. He has...
A rtificial Intelligence and Mobile Robots is a compilation of 13 chapters by well respected robotics researchers describing some of their most recent work. The book aims to provide a "how-to" guide to building the control system of a mobile robot. These case studies are definitely worth...
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