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authors Gero, John S. (editor)
year 1988
title Artificial Intelligence in Engineering : Robotics and Processes
source 403 p. Amsterdam: Elsevier/CMP, 1988. CADLINE has abstract only
summary This volume contains the papers in the robotics and processes areas from the Third International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Engineering. Robotics has the potential to change the physical face of engineering and has no counterpart in traditional engineering. It requires the integration of numerous disparate aspects of engineering. There is a fundamental requirement for geometric and spatial reasoning of a qualitative kind. A variety of other processes in engineering are being examined through the artificial intelligence lens. The material collected under the process rubric demonstrates both the benefits and potential of utilizing this approach. The papers are presented under the following headings: Robotics; Geometric and Spatial Reasoning; Interpretation Processes; Reasoning Processes; Planning and Scheduling Processes; Interfaces
keywords AI, robotics, reasoning, planning, user interface, engineering, construction
series CADline
email john@arch.usyd.edu.au
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