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  1. Artificial Intelligence for Maximizing Content Based Image Retrieval (Premier Reference Source) by Zongmin Ma, 2008-11-26
  2. The Quest for Artificial Intelligence by Nils J. Nilsson, 2009-10-30
  3. Artificial Intelligence: Instructor's Manual/Test Bank by Elaine Rich, K. Knight, 1991-10-01
  4. A.I. Artificial Intelligence: From Stanley Kubrick to Steven Spielberg: The Vision Behind the Film
  5. Artificial Intelligence and Tutoring Systems: Computational and Cognitive Approaches to the Communication of Knowledge by Etienne Wenger, 1987-10
  6. PROLOG Programming for Artificial Intelligence (International Computer Science Series) by Ivan Bratko, 2011-04-12
  7. Geophysical Applications of Artificial Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic (Modern Approaches in Geophysics)
  8. Artificial Intelligence for Games (The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Interactive 3D Technology) by Ian Millington, 2006-06-21
  9. The Essence of Artificial Intelligence by Alison Cawsey, 1997-11-20
  10. Argumentation in Artificial Intelligence
  11. Introduction to Artificial Intelligence: Second, Enlarged Edition by Philip C. Jackson Jr., 1985-06-01
  12. Artificial Intelligence: A Guide to Intelligent Systems (2nd Edition) by Michael Negnevitsky, 2004-11-12
  13. Artificial Intelligence Methods In Software Testing (Series in Machine Perception & Artifical Intelligence ¿ Vol. 56)
  14. Artificial Intelligence: The Basics by Kevin Warwick, 2011-07-31

Article proposing an artificial intelligence approach to simulation in economics based on a multiagent system, based on Holland's classifier systems and genetic algorithms.
Recife, June 14th, 1999
Graduate Program in Production Engineering ,
Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Bernd Heinrich Storb
Holder of a Scholarship of CNPq, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Raul Sidnei Wazlawick
Department of Computer Science and Statistics,
Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil

ABSTRACT Keywords: Multiagent Systems, Economics, Simulation, Classifier Systems, Anticipatory Systems. This article is a modified version of a work presented in the 4th Conference on Information Systems, Analysis and Synthesis - ISAS'98, held at Orlando, FL, in July 12-16, 1998 and first published in its proceedings at pp. 64-69.
  • Introduction Computational Simulation and Economic Theory Causal Systems and Anticipatory Systems The Anticipatory Agents Model Auction Evolution of Rules Conclusions and Future Work Acknowledgements References
  • 1. INTRODUCTION Economic systems can be considered as evolving complex systems where economic agents rationally perform actions in order to reach a better degree of satisfaction. In this way, the agents organize themselves and make decisions about producing, investing and consuming. Those decisions are taken in a context of uncertainty, and they are based on the beliefs (or expectations) that the agents have about possible future states of the environment.

    22. SIGART: Home Page
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    Welcome to the SIGART, the ACM Special Interest Group on Artificial Intelligence! SIGART was recently reorganized to focus on providing organizational and financial support for AI-related conferences. The rationale for this reorganization was described in a letter to the membership, available here . The new SIGART will be financially secure and better able to perform its mission of sponsoring conferences and activities that advance the science and technology of AI. If you are not already a member, we invite you to join us

    23. Information Architecture Project
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    An annotated bibliography of cognitive science, artificial intelligence, neurobiology, artificial life, linguistics, neural networks, connectionism, cognitive psychology, consciousness.
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    26. AIAI, University Of Edinburgh
    Division of Informatics. Applied research addressing planning and activity management, knowledgebased Category Computers Computer Science University of Edinburgh......artificial intelligence Applications Institute, Centre for Intelligent Systemsand their Applications, School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh.
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    AIAI was established in 1984 to encourage the development and take-up of artificial intelligence methods. AIAI is part of the Centre for Intelligent Systems and their Applications within the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh. About AIAI Working with AIAI Technologies Projects ... AIAI Home Page Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute
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    27. HU Berlin: Institut Für Informatik
    Department of Computer Science. Research groups focus on system analysis, software engineering, theory of programming, databases and information systems, artificial intelligence, data analysis, computer science in education and society, parallel and distributed computing, automata, systems theory, algorithms, complexity, computer architecture, communication, signal processing, and pattern recognition.
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    28. MachineBrain Robots, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, AI, And Kits.
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    30. Dictionary Of Philosophy Of Mind
    A comprehensive and upto-date collection of terms, definitions, and scholarly works on the topic of Philosophy of Mind that provides useful background material for the study of artificial intelligence theory.
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    31. Electronic Transactions On Artificial Intelligence, ETAI
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    32. Think 3-2 An Overview
    An overview of three fundamental reasoning formalisms in artificial intelligence which can and have been used in modelling legal reasoning. These formalisms are deductive, inductive and analogical reasoning.
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    An Overview of Some Reasoning Formalisms as Applied to Law
    Dan Hunter
    CLAIR Project, Law School
    University of Melbourne
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    John Zeleznikow
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    In this paper we provide an overview of three fundamental reasoning formalisms in artificial intelligence which can and have been used in modelling legal reasoning. These formalisms are deductive, inductive and analogical reasoning. We do not insist that legal decision support systems must incorporate all three formalisms; however it is our belief that truly intelligent systems will eventually incorporate at least these three. There are of course many other artificial intelligence approaches which may be useful in legal decision support systems, but which have yet to be fully exploited in law. We will mention these in our conclusion and indicate where we believe they might be used, but focus in this paper on those approaches which are currently well established in law. We begin by giving a discussion of deductive systems and in particular how they have been used in legal decision support systems. We show how rules can be used to represent both statutory material and case law. We then consider reasoning with cases directly, and focus on induction. Then we examine the use that lawyers make of analogy, and how we may build systems which perform analogical reasoning. We conclude with a discussion of how researchers have gone about integrating the formalisms previously discussed. But before we begin, we need to agree on a common definition of deduction, induction and analogy. While many would dispute aspects of these definitions, we will nonetheless use them in the context of this paper since we believe they are the most useful definitions when working in the legal domain.

    33. Damjan Bojadziev: Mind Versus Gödel
    Compares the mind to advanced computers and artificial intelligence, as Goedel would possibly view them.
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    in M. Gams , M. Paprzycki and X. Wu (eds.), Mind Versus Computer IOS Press 1997, pp. 202-210 Slightly edited version, with added links, derived from , published in the special issue of Informatica , vol. 19, no. 4, Nov. 1995, pp. 627-34, MIND not equal COMPUTER
    At first sight, the designation of the topic of this special issue, "MIND <> COMPUTER", also transcribed as "Mind NOT EQUAL Computer", looks like a piece of computer ideology, a line of some dogmatic code. But there are as yet no convincing artificial animals, much less androids, and computers are not yet ready for the unrestricted Turing test. Although they show a high degree of proficiency in some very specific tasks, computers are still far behind humans in their general cognitive abilities. Much more, and in much more technical detail, is known about computers than about humans and their minds. Thus, the required comparison between minds and computers does not even seem possible, much less capable of being stated in such a simple formula.
    might be called, following [Hofstadter 79, p. 468] and [Mendelson 64, p. 147], essential incompleteness.

    34. University Of Michigan AI Lab Home
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    35. Computer Science Department, University Of Regina
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    37. Computer Science And Artificial Intelligence In COGS
    Computer Science and artificial intelligence Subject Group. Research interests Foundations of Computing; Natural Language Processing; HumanCentred Computing Technology; Evolutionary and Adaptive Systems; Neural Computation; Computer Vision and Medical Imaging.

    38. Applied Intelligence: Home Page
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    39. ÖFAI
    At ÖFAI basic and applied research is performed in several areas of AI, most notably Natural Language Category Computers artificial intelligence Research Centers......` OEFAI Austrian Research Institute for artificial intelligence (ÖFAI).Schottengasse 3, A1010 Vienna, Austria Phone (+43-1) 5336112
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