1982 European Conference on Artificial Intelligence

Area The 1982 European Conference on Artificial Intelligence is held as a successor to the bi - annual conferences sponsored by the Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour . This conference has drawn ...

1982 European Conference on Artificial Intelligence


UM99 User Modeling

Student modeling and machine learning. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 9:128–158. Sleeman, D. H. (1982). Inferring (mal) rules from pupil's protocols. In ECAI-82 : 1982 European Conference on Artificial ...

UM99 User Modeling

User modeling researchers look for ways of enabling interactive software systems to adapt to their users-by constructing, maintaining, and exploiting user models, which are representations of properties of individual users. User modeling has been found to enhance the effectiveness and/or usability of software systems in a wide variety of situations. Techniques for user modeling have been developed and evaluated by researchers in a number of fields, including artificial intelligence, education, psychology, linguistics, human-computer interaction, and information science. The biennial series of International Conferences on User Modeling provides a forum in which academic and industrial researchers from all of these fields can exchange their complementary insights on user modeling issues. The published proceedings of these conferences represent a major source of information about developments in this area.

GWAI 82

In : Artificial Intelligence 13, 1980. (8) PIQUE J.F., SABATIER P. An informative adaptable and efficient natural language consultable database system 1982. European Conference on Artificial Intelligence Orsay, France 1982.

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User Models in Dialog Systems

[WAHL*: 5, 10; MORI*: 382] Jameson, A. and W. Wahlster (1982). User Modelling in Anaphora Generation: Ellipsis and Definite Description. In: Proc. of the 1982 European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Orsay, France, 222–227.

User Models in Dialog Systems

User models have recently attracted much research interest in the field of artificial intelligence dialog systems. It has become evident that flexible user-oriented dialog behavior of such systems can be achieved only if the system has access to a model of the user containing assumptions about his/her background knowledge as well as his/her goals and plans in consulting the system. Research in the field of user models investigates how such assumptions can be automatically created, represented and exploited by the system in the course of an "on-line" interaction with the user. The communication medium in this interaction need not necessarily be a natural language, such as English or German. Formal interaction languages are also permit ted. The emphasis is placed on systems with natural language input and output, however. A dozen major and several more minor user modeling systems have been de signed and implemented in the last decade, mostly in the context of natural-language dialog systems. The goal of UM86, the first international workshop on user model ing, was to bring together the researchers working on these projects so that results could be discussed and analyzed, and hopefully general insights be found, that could prove useful for future research. The meeting took place in Maria Laach, a small village some 40 miles south of Bonn, West Germany. 25 prominent researchers were invited to participate.

Quick Bibliography Series

0035 ECAI - 82 1982 European Conference on Artificial Intelligence , 12 -14 July 1982 , Orsay , France : conference proceedings . ( 5.1 . s.n. 1982 ) . 280 p . ill . ; 30 cm . Includes bibliographies and index . ( NAL Call No .: 0334.

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Survey of the State of the Art in Human Language Technology

Jameson , A. and Wahlster , W. ( 1982 ) . User modelling in anaphora genera- tion : Ellipsis and definite description . In Proceedings of the 1982 European Conference on Artificial Intelligence , pages 222-227 , Orsay , France .

Survey of the State of the Art in Human Language Technology

Originally published in 1997, this book is concerned with human language technology. This technology provides computers with the capability to handle spoken and written language. One major goal is to improve communication between humans and machines. If people can use their own language to access information, working with software applications and controlling machinery, the greatest obstacle for the acceptance of new information technology is overcome. Another important goal is to facilitate communication among people. Machines can help to translate texts or spoken input from one human language to the other. Programs that assist people in writing by checking orthography, grammar and style are constantly improving. This book was sponsored by the Directorate General XIII of the European Union and the Information Science and Engineering Directorate of the National Science Foundation, USA.

Readings in Machine Learning

Mitchell , T.M. ( 1982 ) . ... Proceedings of the Ninth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence ( pp . 573-580 ) . ... Pro- ceedings of the Sixth European Conference on Artificial Intelligence ( pp 497–500 ) .

Readings in Machine Learning

The ability to learn is a fundamental characteristic of intelligent behavior. Consequently, machine learning has been a focus of artificial intelligence since the beginnings of AI in the 1950s. The 1980s saw tremendous growth in the field, and this growth promises to continue with valuable contributions to science, engineering, and business. Readings in Machine Learning collects the best of the published machine learning literature, including papers that address a wide range of learning tasks, and that introduce a variety of techniques for giving machines the ability to learn. The editors, in cooperation with a group of expert referees, have chosen important papers that empirically study, theoretically analyze, or psychologically justify machine learning algorithms. The papers are grouped into a dozen categories, each of which is introduced by the editors.

Simulation Models GIS and Nonpoint source Pollution

0035 ECAI - 82 1982 European Conference on Artificial Intelligence , 12 -14 July 1982 , Orsay , France ... E97 1982 ) . 0036 Farmers get hands - on experience ( Computers for record keeping and decision - making on farms , Arizona ) .

Simulation Models  GIS and Nonpoint source Pollution


Expert Systems and Computer Aids to Decision making 1970 85

0035 ECAI - 82 1982 European Conference on Artificial Intelligence , 12 -14 July 1982 , Orsay , France : conference proceedings . ( S. 1. s.n. 1982 ) . 280 p . : ill . ; 30 cm . Includes bibliographies and index . ( NAL Call No .: Q334.

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Expert Systems and Computer Aids to Decision making 1970 1986

0056 ECAI - 82 1982 European Conference on Artificial Intelligence , 12 -14 July 1982 , Orsay , France : conference proceedings . ( S. 1. s.n. 1982 ) . 280 p . : ill . ; 30 cm . Includes bibliographies and index . ( NAL Call No .: Q334.

Expert Systems and Computer Aids to Decision making  1970 1986


Handbook of Logic in Artificial Intelligence and Logic Programming Volume 5 Logic Programming

[McDermott, 1982] D. McDermott. Nonmonotonic logic II: nonmonotonic modal theories. J ACM, 29, 1982. [Maim, 1992] E. Maim. Abduction and constraint logic programming. Proc. European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, ECAI '92, ...

Handbook of Logic in Artificial Intelligence and Logic Programming  Volume 5  Logic Programming

The Handbook of Logic in Artificial Intelligence and Logic Programming is a multi-volume work covering all major areas of the application of logic to artificial intelligence and logic programming. The authors are chosen on an international basis and are leaders in the fields covered. Volume 5 is the last in this well-regarded series. Logic is now widely recognized as one of the foundational disciplines of computing. It has found applications in virtually all aspects of the subject, from software and hardware engineering to programming languages and artificial intelligence. In response to the growing need for an in-depth survey of these applications the Handbook of Logic in Artificial Intelligence and its companion, the Handbook of Logic in Computer Science have been created. The Handbooks are a combination of authoritative exposition, comprehensive survey, and fundamental research exploring the underlying themes in the various areas. Some mathematical background is assumed, and much of the material will be of interest to logicians and mathematicians. Volume 5 focuses particularly on logic programming. The chapters, which in many cases are of monograph length and scope, emphasize possible unifying themes.

Artificial Intelligence and Tutoring Systems

Sleeman, D.H. (1982b) Inferring (mal) rules from pupils' protocols. Proceedings of the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Orsay, France, pp. 160–164. (Also in Proceedings of the International Machine Learning Workshop, ...

Artificial Intelligence and Tutoring Systems

Artificial Intelligence and Tutoring Systems: Computational and Cognitive Approaches to the Communication of Knowledge focuses on the cognitive approaches, methodologies, principles, and concepts involved in the communication of knowledge. The publication first elaborates on knowledge communication systems, basic issues, and tutorial dialogues. Concerns cover natural reasoning and tutorial dialogues, shift from local strategies to multiple mental models, domain knowledge, pedagogical knowledge, implicit versus explicit encoding of knowledge, knowledge communication, and practical and theoretical implications. The text then examines interactive simulations, existing CAI traditions, and learning environments. The manuscript elaborates on knowledge communication, didactics, and diagnosis. Topics include knowledge presentation and communication, pedagogical contexts, target levels of didactic operations, behavioral and epistemic diagnosis, and aspects of diagnostic experience. The publication is a dependable reference for researchers interested in the computational and cognitive approaches to the communication of knowledge.

Advanced Technologies Applied to Training Design

Gregory, D., 1990, Affordable Intelligent Tutoring, in: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on ... Rules from Pupils' Protocols, in: Proceedings ECAI82: 1982 European conference on artificial intelligence, Orsay, France).

Advanced Technologies Applied to Training Design

This collection of papers is the result of a workshop sponsored by NATO's Defense Research Group Panel 8 in the Fall of 1991. The workshop is the second of a series, the fIrst of which was held in the Spring of 1985. As you study these papers, recall that this workshop occurred during the time that many changes were occurring in Eastern Europe and world wide. The need to identify training technologies for maintaining a capable and ready force during times of decreases in military force structure was, and is currently, our challenge. The opportunities for these technologies to provide a service and opportunity for nonmilitary usage is our future. Therefore this workshop maintained its focus on technology and application, regardless of the user. These and other statements made herein are personal and reflect the opinions of the author(s) and in no way represent the offIcial position or policy of our individual governments. v PREFACE The truly international contributions to this book reinforced our belief that training technology must be collaborative and data widely shared to strengthen our future. We want to thank the authors of these papers for their abilities to see beyond the near horizon. Their contributions, and the support of the organizations that sponsored their work is greatly appreciated. We also gratefully recognize the contributions of all who attended the workshop.

Proceedings of the Ninth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence

Proceedings of the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence , Orsay , France , July , 1982 . 16. Kant , E. and Newell , A. " Problem Solving Techniques for the Design of Algorithms . " Information Processing and Management ...

Proceedings of the Ninth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence


NASA Conference Publication

( Sleeman , 1982 ) Sleeman , D.H. Inferring ( mal ) rules from pupils ' protocols . Proceedings of the European Conference Artificial Intelligence , Orsay , France , 1982 , pp . 160-164 . on ( Wenger , 1987 ) Wenger , E. , Artificial ...

NASA Conference Publication


Rough Sets and Intelligent Systems Professor Zdzis aw Pawlak in Memoriam

In: Proceedings of the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence 11(5), Orsay, France 1982, pp. 17–19. IOS Press, Amsterdam (1982) (see also Technische Universit ̈at Berlin, Bericht Nr. 81-7, October 1981, 1–21).

Rough Sets and Intelligent Systems   Professor Zdzis  aw Pawlak in Memoriam

This book is dedicated to the memory of Professor Zdzis{\l}aw Pawlak who passed away almost six year ago. He is the founder of the Polish school of Artificial Intelligence and one of the pioneers in Computer Engineering and Computer Science with worldwide influence. He was a truly great scientist, researcher, teacher and a human being. This book prepared in two volumes contains more than 50 chapters. This demonstrates that the scientific approaches discovered by of Professor Zdzis{\l}aw Pawlak, especially the rough set approach as a tool for dealing with imperfect knowledge, are vivid and intensively explored by many researchers in many places throughout the world. The submitted papers prove that interest in rough set research is growing and is possible to see many new excellent results both on theoretical foundations and applications of rough sets alone or in combination with other approaches. We are proud to offer the readers this book.

Cybernetics and Systems 86

[Jameson 82] Jameson, A., and Wahleter, W., 'User Modelling in Anaphora Generation: Elipsis and Indefinite Descriptions," Proceedings of the Sixth European Conference in Artificial Intelligence (Orsay, 1982), pp. 222-227.

Cybernetics and Systems    86

This volume contains all papers presented at the Eighth European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research. 169 draft papers were submitted for evaluation. In the process of careful refereeing, 33 papers were rejected and the remaining authors were invited to submit final papers. Out of these, 119 were accepted for presentation at the conference and publication in this volume. These papers were prepared by 173 scientists, authors and co-authors, from 22 European and non-European countries, with different cultural, social, and economic structures. Everybody tried hard to make this conference and its proceedings a true representation of state-of-the-art research worldwide: The members of the Programme Committee and the Chairmen of the Symposia were selected among the ~internationally leading scientists. Great care was taken not to make this conference a "European" or even "Austrian" one. We are happy and proud to hear that these "European Meetings" (the name is a purely traditional one) are recognized as the internationally leading conferences in cybernetics and systems research. Important scientists from allover the world carefully prepare their papers, containing their most recent research findings, and then enjoy the discussions with their co 11 eagues.

Logic Programming

BRAZDIL, P., Symbolic Derivations of Chess Patterns, Proceedings of the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence 1982, Orsay, France, 1982. BRAZDIL, P., Use Of Metalogical Primitives In Communication, Sixth European Conference On ...

Logic Programming

Logic Programming was effectively defined as a discipline in the early seventies. It is only during the early to mid eighties that books, conferences and journals devoted entirely to Logic Programming began to appear. Consequently, much of the work done during this first crucial decade in Marseilles, Edinburgh, London, Budapest and Stockholm (to name a few) is often overlooked or difficult to trace. There are now two main regular conferences on Logic Programming, and at least five journals: The Journal of Logic Programming, New Generation Computing, Automated Reasoning, The Journal of SJmbolic Computation, and Future Generation Computer Systems. Logic Programming, however, has its roots in Automated Theorem Proving and via the expanding area of expert systems, strongly influences researchers in such varied fields as Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Law, etc. Consequently, many papers related to Logic Programming appear in a wide variety of journals and proceedings of conferences in other disciplines. This is particularly true of Computer Science where a revolution is taking place in hardware design, programming languages, and more recently databases. One cannot overestimate the importance of such a bibliography.

GWAI 83

Bericht IFI -HH-95/83 JAMESON, A.; WAHLSTER, W. (1982): User Model ling in Anaphora Generation: Ellipsis and Definite Description. In: Proc. of the First European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Orsay. 222-227 KEMPEN, G.; ...

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Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

... Proc. of the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Orsay, France, Ju 1. 1982. <CHA 83> P. CHABALIER, J. F. CLERV0Y, "Etude et réalisation d'un module d'interface pour un robot mobile", Rapport de fin d'étude ENSAE, LAAS, ...

Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

Dr. Lester A. Gerhardt Professor and Chairman Electrical, Computer, and Systems Engineering Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, New York 12180 This book is a collection of papers on the subject of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. Most of the papers contained herein were presented as part of the program of the NATO Advanced Study Institute held in June 1983 at Castel vecchio Pascoli, Italy on the same subject. Attendance at this two week Institute was by invitation only, drawing people internationally representing industry, government and the academic community worldwide. Many of the people in attendance, as well as those presenting papers, are recognized leaders in the field. In addition to the formal paper presentations, there were several informal work shops. These included a workshop on sensing, a workshop on educational methodology in the subject area, as examples. This book is an outgrowth and direct result of that Institute and includes the papers presented as well as a few others which were stimulated by that meeting. A special note is the paper entitled "State-of-the-Art and Predictions for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics" by Dr. R. Nagel which appears in the Introduction and Overview chapter of this book. This paper was originally developed as part of a study for the United States Army performed by the National Research Council of the National Academy of Science and published as part of a report entitled "Applications of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence to Reduce Risk and Improve Effectiveness" by National Academy Press in 1983.