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All Authors / Contributors: William Eric Leifur Grimson; Ramesh S Patil; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Laboratory for Computer Science.; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Center for Advanced Engineering Study. Seminar Office.
ISBN: 0262071061 9780262071062
OCLC Number: 15790018
Notes: Based on a conference held Jan. 21-23, 1986 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, sponsored by the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, the Laboratory for Computer Science, and the Seminar Office of the Center for Advanced Engineering Study, all at MIT.
Description: 374 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Artificial intelligence : a perspective / Patrick H. Winston --
Knowledge-based systems : the view in 1986 / Randall Davis --
Expert systems tools and techniques : past, present and future / Peter Szolovits --
A case study on evolution of system building expertise : medical diagnosis / Ramesh S. Patil --
Artificial intelligence and software engineering / Charles Rich and Richard C. Waters --
Intelligent natural language processing : current trends and future prospects / Robert C. Berwick --
Automatic speech recognition and understanding / Victor W. Zue --
Intelligent vision / Michael Brady --
Making robots see and feel / W. Eric L. Grimson --
Robot programming and artificial intelligence / Tomás Lozano-Pérez --
Robot hands and tactile sensing / John M. Hollerbach --
Autonomous mobile robots / Rodney A. Brooks.
Series Title: MIT Press series in artificial intelligence.
Responsibility: edited by W. Eric L. Grimson and Ramesh S. Patil.
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