Advanced Topics in Artificial Intelligence: International by Robert Trappl (auth.), Vladimír Mřrík, Olga à těpánková,

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By Robert Trappl (auth.), Vladimír Mřrík, Olga à těpánková, Rorbert Trappl (eds.)

This quantity includes the texts of 26 lectures and contributions to this system of the overseas summer season university on complex subject matters in man made Intelligence held in Prague, Czechoslovakia, July 6-17, 1992. The summerschool was once meant for (postgraduate) scholars, researchers and all those that are looking to find out about fresh growth in either theoretical and utilized AI. The papers within the quantity are geared up into 9 elements: - advent - common sense and common sense programming - computer studying - making plans and scheduling - Uncertainty - moment new release specialist systemsand wisdom engineering - Qualitative reasoning - Neurocomputing -Natural language and interfaces

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Their relevance to actual functioning of neural tissue in the brain is an interesting topic for further study. 4 A I v e r s u s C o n n e c t i o n i s m In view of the obvious relevance of connectionist research to brain theory on the one hand and to advanced computer architectures on the other, one would expect its intensive cooperation with AI. Instead, there is a lasting debate between two opposing camps, the connectionist (in the extreme: symbolic thought is an illusion, an epiphenomenon arising from the dynamic flow of subsymbolic information through a neurM network) and the logicist (in the extreme: symbolic thought is all that is needed for a genuine robot agent).

The MIT Press 1986 4. Dennet: Consciousness Explained. Boston: Little, Brown and Co. 1991 5. Dennet: Mother Nature versus the Walking Encyclopedia: A western drama. 21-30. 6. New York: Harper & Row 1979 7. Dvo~k: Dynamical systems: transdisciplinary mathematical tool or fiction. Res. Rept. CTS-91-02, Center for Theoretical Study UK (1991) 8. ): The Artificial bttelligence Debate: False Starts, Real Foundations. Cambridge, MA: Tile MIT Press 1988 9. Haveh Connectionism and Unsupervised Knowledge Representation.

I shall say more about it when discussing the connectionist paradigm for modelling the mind. 31 Another, less salient but more ubiquitous case of a transdisciplinary idea, also relevant to the study of the mind, is the concept of scale dimension. The ordered continuum of scales of magnitude may be treated as a new geometrical dimension (orthogonal to the three spatial ones). Shifting along its axis represents zooming up or down over some scene. e. inhabiting only a relatively short segment in the scale dimension.

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