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Fifth Generation Computer Systems

Author: Tōru Motooka
Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 1982.
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The Japan Information Processing Development Centre (JIPDEC) established a committee for Study and Research on Fifth-Generation Computers. Beginning in 1979, this Committee set out on a two-year investigation into the most desirable types of computer systems for application in the 1990`s (fifth-generation computers) and how the development projects aimed at the realization of these systems should be carried forward.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Conference papers and proceedings
Congresses
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Moto-Oka, T.
Fifth Generation Computer Systems.
Burlington : Elsevier Science, ©1982
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tōru Motooka
ISBN: 9780444600141 0444600140
OCLC Number: 855504577
Notes: 4. The research and development Plan.
Description: 1 online resource (296 pages)
Contents: Front Cover; Fifth Generation Computer Systems; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; PART I: KEYNOTE SPEECH; CHAPTER 1. SUMMARY; 1.1 Background and significance; 1.2 Functional requirements; 1.3 Objective and image; CHAPTER 2. BACKGROUND AND SIGNIFICANCE OF THE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR FIFTH GENERATION COMPUTERS; 2.1 Social requirements of computers in the 1990's; 2.2 Problems with today's computer systems; 2.3 The maturing technological foundation and expected new technologies; 2.4 Objectives and significance of the fifth generation computer project; CHAPTER 3. IMPACTS AND EFFECTS. 3.1 Possible impacts of fifth generation computers on society3.2 Impact and effects in various applied fields; CHAPTER 4. CONTENTS OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT; 4.1 Targets of research and development; 4.2 The image of the fifth generation computer system; 4.3 Research and development themes; 4.4 Research and development procedure; 4.5 Research and development schedule; 4.6 Project organization and execution; PART II: OVERVIEW REPORT; CHAPTER 1. WHAT IS REQUIRED OF THE 5th GENERATION COMPUTER --
SOCIAL NEEDS AND ITS IMPACT; Preface; Social needs; Bottlenecks to realize the society desired. What is expected from the 5th Generation's computersThe new computer system to be expected; These targets are correspond to those of last year; Study of Social Impact; Contribution of each systems; CHAPTER 2. AIMING FOR KNOWLEDGE INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEMS; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. INTERRELATIONS BETWEEN VARIOUS BASIC RESEARCH EFFORTS; 3. STEPS IN DEVELOPMENT; 4. SUMMARY; CHAPTER 3. FIFTH GENERATION COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. NEEDS FOR INNOVATION IN COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE; 3. PROBLEMS WITH PRIOR GENERATION COMPUTERS; 4. FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR FIFTH GENERATION COMPUTERS. 5. ARCHITECTURAL IMAGES OF FIFTH GENERATION COMPUTERS6. MAJOR RESEARCH SUBJECTS FOR FIFTH GENERATION COMPUTER ARCHTECTURES; 7. CONCLUSION; ACKNOWLEDGEMENT; PART III: KNOWLEDGE INFORMATION PROCESSING RESEARCH PLAN; CHAPTER 1. PROBLEM SOLVING AND INFERENCE MECHANISMS; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. Proposed Research and Development; 3. Research and Development Schedule; 4. Conclusion; Acknowledgment; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 2. KNOWLEDGE BASE MECHANISMS; 1. Introduction; 2. Proposed Research and Development; 3. Research and Development Schedule; 4. Concluding Remarks; Acknowledgment; REFERENCES. CHAPTER 3. INTELLIGENT MAN-MACHINE INTERFACE1. Introduction; 2. Natural language processing; 3. Speech processing; 4. Picture and image processing; 5. Final image of intelligent interface; Acknowledgements; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 4. LOGIC PROGRAMMING AND A DEDICATED HIGH-PERFORMANCE PERSONAL COMPUTER; 1. Introduction; 2. Language; 3. Machine; 4. Conclusion; REFERENCES; PART IV: ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH PLAN; CHAPTER 1. NEW ARCHITECTURES FOR INFERENCE MECHANISMS; 1. Introduction; 2. Background of the research and development; 3. The final goal and interim goals of the research.
Responsibility: edited by T. Moto-oka.

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The Japan Information Processing Development Centre (JIPDEC) established a committee for Study and Research on Fifth-Generation Computers. Beginning in 1979, this Committee set out on a two-year investigation into the most desirable types of computer systems for application in the 1990`s (fifth-generation computers) and how the development projects aimed at the realization of these systems should be carried forward. This book contains the papers presented at the International Conference on Fifth Generation Computer Systems. Included among these papers is a preliminary report on the find.

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