December 1973 SIGART NEWSLETTER page 29 "Without the heuristics. the program solved the 10 problems oy generating 74.485 nodes at a rate Of 41.5 nodes per second. With the heuristics. the program solved the problems bY generating 33,724 nOdes at 35 nOdes per second. The overall improvement is 212%." We regret the error.) LESSONS FROM PERCEPTION FOR CHESS~PLAYING PROGRAMS (AND VICE VERSA) by Herbert A. SimÃÂ·on 1972~73 Computer Science Research Rev~ew. pp.3S-40 Department of computer Science Carnegie-Mellon university PittsbUrgh. pennsylvania For nearly twenty years. artificial intelligence and cognitive pSYChology have mai~tained a close symbiotic relationship to each other. It has often been remarked that their cooperation stems from no logical necessity. That a human being and a computer are both able to perform a certain task implies nothing for tne identity, or even similarity, Of their respective performance processes. Each may have capabilities not shared by the other. and may build its performances on those peculiar capabilities rather than upon those they hold in common. In spite of this logical possibility of total irrelevance of the one field for the other, during the last two decades there has been massive borrowing in both direc~ions. Artificial intelligence programs capable
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Published: Dec 1, 1973
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