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authors Gero, John S. (editor)
year 1988
title Artificial Intelligence in Engineering : Diagnosis and Learning
source 421 p. Amsterdam: Elsevier/CMP, 1988. CADLINE has abstract only
summary This volume contains the papers in the diagnosis and learning areas from the Third International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Engineering. Diagnosis and learning are two of the important areas of artificial intelligence of interest to engineering. Diagnosis derives its name from the early systems work related to diagnosing medical disorders. In engineering it has come to mean both diagnosis (in the medical sense) and evaluation or analysis (in the engineering sense). The use of symbolic reasoning has substantially expanded the functions and roles of diagnosis in engineering. Learning is a novel area of computer application in engineering and has no counterpart in traditional engineering but is becoming an important area. The papers in this volume are under the following headings: Diagnosis from Structure and Behavior; Integrated Diagnostic Reasoning; Diagnosis as Control; Diagnosis Processes and Environments; Learning and Tutoring
keywords AI, learning, engineering, evaluation, analysis, applications
series CADline
email john@arch.usyd.edu.au
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