Artificial Intelligence in the Pacific Rim

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Hozumi Tanaka
IOS Press, 1991 - Mathematics - 940 pages
In the last decade, AI firmly settled into our industrial society with the expert systems as the representative product. However, almost every one of the systems could cover only a single task domain. In the highly mechanized world of the 21st century, systems will become smart and user friendly enough to cover a wide range of task domains. Systems with much user friendliness must be multilingual because users in different domains usually have different languages. Language is formed in its own culture. Therefore, promotion for cross-cultural scientific interchange will be indispensable for the progress of AI.

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Contents

Invitation to Knowledge Science
3
Situated Reasoning and Rational Behavior
17
Development of a Voice Interface for Expert Systems
33
An Artificial Intelligence Perspective on Idealisation in Model Building
51
Terminal Relocation Scheduling Expert System An Optimized Solution by Object Oriented
65
Decision Support System Based on Incomplete and Uncertain Information
83
A Fuzzy System for Analysing Customers Price
101
The Intelligent Planning Machine
110
An EBL System for Acquiring Conceptual Design Knowledge from Value Engineering Perspectives
589
Towards Unifying EBL and SBL to Solve Imperfect Theory Problems
595
An Incremental Knowledge Refinement System Based on Search Task and Domain Strategy
601
Toward Computer Aided Creation
607
Concept Formation by Interaction of Related Objects
613
GeneraltoSpecific and SpecifictoGeneral in the CABRO Concept Learning Method
619
Adaptive Compensation for Inadequate Learning Concept Using Domain Knowledge
625
A Plausible AcquisitionModel for Semantic Synthesis of Patterns
631

An Expert System for Verification of Switching Sequences at Electric Power SubstationSimulation 1
128
A SelfLearning Expert System for Grinding Vibration Diagnosis
146
A TaskAnalysis Interview System Based on Prestored Problem Solving Models
158
A New Parallel Algorithm for Production Systems on SharedMemory Multiprocessors
176
A Dialogue Analyzing Method Using a Dialogue Model
191
A Computational Model of an Intelligent Agent for Natural Language Dialogue Systems
209
A Study on the Semantic Case of the Korean Language to Generate a Universal Grammar in Machine
227
An Efficient Parallel Parsing Algorithm for ContextFree Grammars
239
Japanese Sentence Analysis Utilizing Mutually Connected Neural Network
257
An InformationBased Parsing Model for Resolving Lexical Ambiguities
274
Parallel Semantic Disambiguation for UnificationBased Grammars
292
A Semantic Structure Description Model of General Concepts in a Natural Language World
298
Interpretation of Natural Language Queries on the Basis of a Semantic Data Model
316
Hangul Spelling and WordSpacing Checker Using the Connectivity Information
334
A Query Transformation for Computing Predicate Circumscription
356
Closure + Minimization Implies Abduction
369
Jigsaw Puzzle Matching by AssumptionBased
375
Reasoning with Multivariant Qualitative Spaces
390
A Semantically WellFounded Multivalued Logic
408
A Uniform Treatment of Theory Selection
426
Recording Dependencies for Backward Reasoning Systems
444
Parallel Constraint Satisfaction by Paralleling ATMS
462
The Automatic Generation of Mechanical Assembly Plans
480
Application of Ideal Theory to Boolean Constraint Solving
490
Classification and Recognition of Korean Characters Using Neural Network
511
Automatic Identification of Human Faces from 3D Data Using Vertices of BSpline Surface
575
Information Retrieval Condition Generation System Using CasedBased Reasoning
583
A System of Practical Linguistic Knowledge Acquisition in Japanese Language
643
Connectionist Concept Learning in a Structural Domain
661
Knowledge Representation for Job Shop Modeling
675
A Program Understanding System by Means of AlgorithmBased Programming Knowledge
693
Partiality of Information and the Structure of the Frame Problem
711
Knowledge Representation and Inference An Approach from ObjectOriented Computing
729
Knowledge Belief and Computation
748
A Stable Model Semantics for Diagnostic Hypothesis
764
A Highly Parallel Execution Model for Production Systems
781
A Distributed Sensing System Based on Qualitative Models of Environments
799
Introducing a Large Vocabulary into Prolog
816
An Implementation of a WindowBased Debugging Tool for Kyoto Common Lisp
834
Computing a Representation of the Physical Environment A MemoryBased Approach
847
A Robust and Efficient Method for Detecting Structure and Constrained Motion
865
A Learning Environment for Student Acquisition of Strategic Knowledge in Algebra
883
Al Support
897
A DynamicallyAdaptive UserInterface for Analytical ExpertSystems
903
Expert System for Injection Molding Machine to Support Stable Condition during Long Time
909
Expert Systems in the Nineties
919
Knowledge Based Systems in the Nineties
925
Al Research in Pacific Rim Countries
931
AI Research in Japan
936
Artificial Intelligence Research in Korea
936
Artificial Intelligence in China
937
Authors Index
939
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