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authors Bobrow, Daniel G. and Stefik, Mark J.
year 1986
title Perspective on Artificial Intelligence Programming
source Science. February, 1986. vol. 231: pp. 951-956
summary Programming systems for artificial intelligence application use specialized languages, environments, and knowledge-based tools to reduce the complexity of the programming task. Language style based on procedure, objects logic rules, and constraints reflect different models for organizing programs and facilitate program evaluation and understandability. To make programming easier, multiple styles can be integrated as sublanguages in programming environment. Programming environments provide tools that analyze programs and create informative displays of their structure. Programs can be modified by direct interaction with these displays. These tools and languages are helping computer scientists to regain a sense of control over systems that have become increasingly complex
keywords programming, AI
series CADline
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