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by Alex Kass,Christopher K. Riesbeck,Roger C. Schank

Free eBook Inside Case-Based Explanation (Artificial Intelligence Series) download ISBN: 0805810285
Author: Alex Kass,Christopher K. Riesbeck,Roger C. Schank
Publisher: Psychology Press; 1 edition (May 1, 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 440
Category: Technologies and Future
Subcategory: Computer Science
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Home Browse Books Book details, Inside Case-Based Explanation. Inside Case-Based Reasoning By Christopher K. Riesbeck; Roger C. Schank Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1989. Inside Case-Based Explanation. By Alex Kass, Christopher K. Riesbeck, Roger C. Schank. This book is the third volume in a series that provides a hands-on perspective on the evolving theories associated with Roger Schank and his students. The primary focus of this volume is on constructing explanations.

Riesbeck, christopher . schank, roger C. Published by Psychology Press (1989). ISBN 10: 0898597676 ISBN 13: 9780898597677.

Inside Case-Based Explanation - Libro electrónico escrito por Roger C. Schank, Alex Kass . Descarga Inside Case-Based Explanation para leerlo sin conexión, destacar texto, agregar marcadores o tomar notas. Schank, Alex Kass, Christopher K. Riesbeck. Lee este libro en la app de Google Play Libros en tu PC o dispositivo Android o iOS.

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oceedings{Schank1994InsideCE, title {Inside case-based explanation}, author {Roger C. Schank, Alex Kass, Christopher Riesbeck. Published in Artificial intelligence series 1994. Part I: The Framework. The Explanation Game. The Explanation Process: Explanation Questions and Explanation Patterns. Part II: Detailed Investigations. An Overview of Case-Based Explanation.

Artificial intelligence programming. E Charniak, CK Riesbeck, DV McDermott, JR Meehan. RC Schank, A Kass, CK Riesbeck. Psychology Press, 2014. Comprehension by Computer: Expectation-Based Analysis of Sentences in Context. CK Riesbeck, RC Schank. Yale univ new haven conn dept of computer science, 1976.

Inside Case-Based Explanation (Artificial Intelligence Series). Published February 24th 2014 by Psychology Press.

Inside case-based explanation. Kass, Alex; Riesbeck, Christopher K. Boxid. Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control). by. Schank, Roger . 1946-. Explanation-based learning, Case-based reasoning, Raisonnement, Expertensystem, Question (logique), Logique, Systèmes experts (informatique), Explication, Systemes experts (informatique). L. Erlbaum Associates.

by Christopher K. series Artificial Intelligence Series. Introducing issues in dynamic memory and case-based reasoning, this comprehensive volume presents extended descriptions of four major programming efforts conducted at Yale during the past several years. Each descriptive chapter is followed by a companion chapter containing the micro program version of the information.

Alex Kass, Christopher K. Riesbeck, Schank, Roger C.

James R. Meehan, J. Meehan, Christopher K. Riesbeck, Christopher K. Reisbeck, Eugene Charniak, Drew V. McDermott. Christopher K. Schank, Alex Kass, Schank. Alex Kass, Christopher K. C. K. Riesbeck, R. Schank, Christopher K. Riesbeck

This book is the third volume in a series that provides a hands-on perspective on the evolving theories associated with Roger Schank and his students. The primary focus of this volume is on constructing explanations. All of the chapters relate to the problem of building computer programs that can develop hypotheses about what might have caused an observed event. Because most researchers in natural language processing don't really want to work on inference, memory, and learning issues, most of their sample text fragments are chosen carefully to de-emphasize the need for non text-related reasoning. The ability to come up with hypotheses about what is really going on in a story is a hallmark of human intelligence. The biggest difference between truly intelligent readers and less intelligent ones is the extent to which the reader can go beyond merely understanding the explicit statements being communicated. Achieving a creative level of understanding means developing hypotheses about questions for which there may be no conclusively correct answer at all. The focus of the lab, during the period documented in this book, was to work on getting a computer program to do that. The volume adopts a case-based approach to the construction of explanations which suggests that the main steps in the process of explaining a given anomaly are as follows: * Retrieve an explanation that might be relevant to the anomaly. * Evaluate whether the retrieved explanation makes sense when applied to the current anomaly. * Adapt the explanation to produce a new variant that fits better if the retrieved explanation doesn't fit the anomaly perfectly.