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Fri Mar 21 17:04:26 2014 UTClccn-n801637360.23Introduction to AI and expert systems II : getting started /0.480.97Understanding spoken language /108331830n 80163736543533Barr, Avronlccn-n80163543Feigenbaum, Edward A.edtlccn-n84132294Cohen, Paul R.edtnp-feigenbaum, edward a$edward albertFeigenbaum, Edward A.(Edward Albert)viaf-190791026Tauzin-Raynaud, Denisothlccn-n84052634Stanford UniversityComputer Science Departmentlccn-n79119344Davidson, J.(James)np-tauzin raynaud, dTauzin-Raynaud, D.lccn-n83202771淵一博viaf-291504303Beard, Marianviaf-290084941Davidson, JamesBarr, Avron1949-Handbooks, manuals, etcConference proceedingsArtificial intelligenceArtificial intelligence--Data processingArtificial intelligence--ResearchComputational linguisticsInteractive computer systemsExpert systems (Computer science)Knowledge, Theory ofComputer-assisted instructionElectronic data processing personnelSpeech perceptionSpeech processing systems1949197419751977197919801981198219831984198619881989199319941995225248183001.535Q335ocn010246624ocn490006777ocn263173516ocn180483782ocn180116155ocn757198291ocn036976119ocn016296663ocn263435282ocn797215672165948ocn007196612book19790.50Barr, AvronThe Handbook of artificial intelligenceHandbooks, manuals, etc13927ocn020767886book19810.33Barr, AvronThe Handbook of artificial intelligence, volume 11219ocn010246624book19820.37The Handbook of artificial intelligence, volume 2917ocn021327823book19890.47Barr, AvronThe Handbook of artificial intelligence444ocn489630397book19810.47Feigenbaum, Edward ALe Manuel de l'intelligence artificielle399ocn059768080book19820.39The Handbook of artificial intelligence348ocn165701292book19820.35Cohen, Paul RThe Handbook of artificial intelligence, volume III266ocn025571084book19810.66Barr, AvronLe Manuel de l'intelligence artificielle ...2412ocn007107730book19800.84Barr, AvronRepresentation of knowledge : a section of the handbook of artificial intelligence edited by Avron Barr and Edward FeigenbaumThis report is the section of the Handbook of Artificial Intelligence about knowledge representation research. The Handbook is a compendium of articles about AI ideas, techniques, and systems intended for non-AI scientists, engineers, and students. The material in this report discusses the problems addressed in knowledge representation research in AI and suggests some ways of comparing the various representation schemes. Additional articles describe the AI representation techniques: logic, procedural representations, semantic nets, production systems, direct (analogical) representations, semantic primitives, and frames. (Author)121ocn311728279book19810.47The handbook of artificial intelligence84ocn010319915book19820.81Barr, AvronArtificial intelligence : cognition as computation52ocn009123258book19820.92Tappel, SteveProgramming languages for AI research55ocn318843197book19830.73Jinkō chinō handobukku43ocn044694602book19820.97Barr, AvronUnderstanding spoken language32ocn010087700book19750.47Atkinson, Richard CThe improvement and individualization of computer-assisted instruction : final reportThe report summarizes research on the improvement and individualization of instruction, with reference to a theoretical framework of optimization, and specific applications in computer-assisted instruction (CAI). Two projects involved the acquisition of foreign-language vocabulary items. Experiments with Spanish and Russian items showed that the method could be a powerful aid in building and retaining a large vocabulary of foreign words. Two CAI courses in computer programming were developed. The first provided instruction and practice in the Algebraic Interpretive Dialogue (AID) language, and was used to investigate various optimization and individualization techniques, on the level of single problems as well as over entire lessons. The BASIC Instructional Program (BIP) was developed as a vehicle for CAI research in optimal selection of instructional material by means of an internally stored curriculum description and a model reflecting the student's changing state of knowledge. Each project is discussed briefly, with references to the publications that describe the research in detail31ocn256577523book19840.47- Repr. - 198421ocn227587675book19740.47Stanford UniversityA Rationale and Description of the Basic Instructional ProgramA course in computer programming is being developed as a vehicle for research in tutorial modes of computer-assisted instruction. Methods for monitoring and aiding the student as he works on interesting programming problems are employed. The problems are individually selected via an optimization scheme based on a model of the student's ability and difficulties. After a brief overview of work done at Stanford in tutorial CAI and the teaching of procedural skills, the functional elements of the BASIC Instructional Program, its BASIC interpreter, curriculum, solution analysis, and interactive assistance during programming, are described. (Modified author abstract)21ocn081612575visu19940.47Partnerships in the enterprise the changing role of I/SThis program explains why the traditional role of the IS professional as a primarily technical individual is being replaced by that of a business professional with technical expertise and explains how this qualitative change can be effected. It describes how IS goals can and should be brought into line with business goals, and how a strategic IS plan should be an elementary component of the corporate strategic plan22ocn227394442book19750.47Stanford UniversityThe computer as a tutorial laboratory: the Stanford BIP ProjectThe BASIC Instructional Program (BIP) was developed to investigate tutorial modes of interaction in computer-assisted instruction (CAI). BIP is an interactive problem-solving laboratory that offers tutorial assistance to students solving introductory programming problems in the BASIC language. The problems are presented in an individualized sequence based on a representation of the structure of the curriculum and a model of the student's state of knowledge21ocn022245220book19880.23Barr, AvronIntroduction to AI and expert systems II : getting startedConference proceedingsFri Mar 21 16:09:29 EDT 2014batch12793