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  1-10 of 19 Reviews about "Analogies (I.2.6...)": Date Reviewed
  Fractals and Ravens
McGreggor K., Kunda M., Goel A.  Artificial Intelligence 215(1): 1-23, 2014. Type: Article

Startling! This paper really offers something to think about. The authors also seem surprised by the success of their counter-intuitive juxtaposition of a fractal-based “visual analogical reasoning” algorithm to solve all major variant...

Dec 28 2016
  How sweet it is! A course in Cocoa
Rogers M.  The Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges 18(4): 295-307, 2003. Type: Article

While most object-oriented programming (OOP) courses base themselves on C++ or Java, Rogers suggests Cocoa [1] as an alternative, in particular because of its powerful framework, the elegant syntax of Objective-C, and the high-quality free develop...

Oct 7 2004
  Imperfect causality
Mazlack L.  Fundamenta Informaticae 59(2-3): 191-201, 2004. Type: Article

This paper is, for the most part, a tutorial on the concept of causality. It discusses several different kinds of causality, and attempts to clear up common misunderstandings associated with the different kinds. It also highlights shortcomings in ...

Sep 16 2004
  Learner: a system for acquiring commonsense knowledge by analogy
Chklovski T.  Knowledge capture (Proceedings of the international conference, Sanibel Island, FL, USA,  Oct 23-25, 2003) 4-12, 2003. Type: Proceedings

What is common sense? If you believe that it is mostly knowledge about the properties of objects, and that it can be acquired by asking questions of strangers, then you will be fascinated by this paper....

Nov 19 2003
  A goal-dependent abstraction for legal reasoning by analogy
Kakuta T., Haraguchi M., Okubo Y.  Artificial Intelligence and Law 5(1/2): 97-118, 1997. Type: Article

Legal cases are decided by precedent, but few precedents make the case at bar res judicata. Instead, analogical reasoning is used, together with canons of statutory interpretation and theories of constitutional jurisprudence. This paper pro...

Jun 1 1999
  Intelligent decision support methods
Dhar V., Stein R.,  Prentice-Hall, Inc., Upper Saddle River, NJ, 1997.Type: Book (9780135199350)

On the whole, this book succeeds in presenting a survey of artificial intelligence techniques for business applications at a level of technical detail that is suitable, say, for an introductory course in an MBA program. I have taught similar mater...

Mar 1 1998
  Making programming easier for children
Smith D., Cypher A., Schmucker K.  interactions 3(5): 58-67, 1996. Type: Article

Cocoa is an easy-to-learn, purely visual programming environment for children. Using Cocoa, children can create simulations in which pieces they design move around and interact on a game board. They can define the behavior of the pieces using a si...

Jul 1 1997
  The subtlety of sameness
French R.,  MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1995.Type: Book (9780262061803)

The author delves into the microdomain of a tabletop. His Tabletop program attempts to build relationships between objects and groups of objects. For example, Henry is sitting on one side of the table and points to his glass. Liza is sitting on th...

Jun 1 1997
  Analogical natural language processing
Jones D.,  UCL Press Ltd., London, UK, 1996.Type: Book (9781857282184)

Jones presents a scholarly argument for the use of analogical methods, as opposed to rule-based formal grammars, for natural language processing, including machine translation. The essential difference between these methods can be explained by con...

Nov 1 1996
  Mental leaps
Holyoak K., Thagard P.,  MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1995.Type: Book (9780262082334)

Delving into multiple aspects of drawing analogies, this book targets a broader class of readers than just those scientifically interested in the most recent developments in understanding analogical thinking....

Mar 1 1996
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