Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence: No. 2 (Aaai Press Copublications)

Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence: No. 2 (Aaai Press Copublications)

By: Alain Rappaport (volume_editor), Reid Smith (volume_editor)Paperback

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Books in the Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence (IAAI) series report on the nature and range of real-world problems that Al technology can address successfully today. The 22 applications described in this volume range from support for existing economic infrastructures such as monitoring foreign exchange transactions, assisting in recruiting industrial personnel, or screening news stories, to the creation of tomorrow's infrastructure elements such as software validation or planning for tunnel construction.Alain Rappaport is President of Neuron Data. Reid Smith is Director of the Schlumberger Laboratory for Computer Science.Partial Contents: CONSTRUE/TIS: A System for Content-Based Indexing of a Database of News Stories. ReValuator - An Expert System Approach to Actuarial Valuations. Inspector: An Expert System for Monitoring Worldwide Activities in Foreign Exchange. Computers Assist Humans in Human Resources. PREDICTE - An Intelligent System for Indicative Construction Time Estimation. Development of Expert Systems Supported Construction Planning for Shield Tunneling Method. Intelligent Text Comparison in Software Validation. Cooperating Artificial Neural and Knowledge-Based Systems in a Truck Fleet Brake-Balancing Application.

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Reid Smith is Director of the Schlumberger Laboratory for Computer Science.

Product Details

  • publication date: 15/05/1991
  • ISBN13: 9780262680684
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 328
  • ID: 9780262680684
  • weight: 408
  • ISBN10: 0262680688

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