William J. Clancey (auth.), Christopher J. Barter, Michael's AI '88: 2nd Australian Joint Artificial Intelligence PDF

By William J. Clancey (auth.), Christopher J. Barter, Michael J. Brooks (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540520627

ISBN-13: 9783540520627

The wide target of this convention sequence is to convey enterprise, and researchers jointly to contemplate the present actions and destiny capability of man-made intelligence, encompassing either sensible and theoretical matters. Many papers have been submitted, together with a few from Canada, France, united kingdom, united states, Sweden, Italy and Thailand.

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AI '88: 2nd Australian Joint Artificial Intelligence Conference Adelaide, Australia, November 15–18, 1988 Proceedings by William J. Clancey (auth.), Christopher J. Barter, Michael J. Brooks (eds.)


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