INTRODUCTION 7 KNOWLEDGE AND MATHEMATICAL REASONING 1 Representation of knowledge in a geometry machine. E.W. ELCOCK 11 2 Typing and proof by cases in program verification. W.W. BLEDSOE and M. TYSON 30 PROBLEM-SOLVING AND DEDUCTION 3 Practical and theoretical considerations in heuristic search algorithms. I. POHL 55 4 Variable range restrictions in resolution theorem proving. S.STICKEL 73 5 A formal model for space-filling puzzles. W.M. McKEEMAN 86 6 Achieving several goals simultaneously. R. WALDINGER 94 MEASUREMENT OF KNOWLEDGE 7 Dynamic probability, computer chess, and the measurement of knowledge. I.J. GOOD 139 8 A theory of advice. D. MICHIE 151 INDUCTIVE ACQUISITION OF KNOWLEDGE 9 Rationality, evidence, and induction in scientific inference. I.J. GOOD 171 10 An experiment on inductive learning in chess end games. R.S. MICHALSKI and P.G. NEGRI 175 11 Inductive learning in a hierarchical model for representing knowledge in chess end games. P.G. NEGRI 193 12 Summing up of the discussion on inductive inference. I.J. GOOD 205 PROGRAMMING TOOLS FOR KNOWLEDGE-REPRESENTATION 13 Programming language design for the representation of knowledge. J.M. FOSTER 209 14 Some observations on conceptual programming. E. SANDEWALL 223 15 Programming with resolution logic. M.H. van EMDEN 266 16 An overview of production systems. R. DAVIS and J. KING 300 DIALOGUE-TRANSFER OF KNOWLEDGE TO MACHINES 17 A hypothetical dialogue exhibiting a knowledge base for a program-understanding system. C. GREEN and D. BARSTOW 335 DIALOGUE-TRANSFER OF KNOWLEDGE TO HUMANS 18 Representing knowledge about mathematics for computer-aided teaching, part I - educational applications of conceptualizations from artificial intelligence. R.B. DAVIS 363 19 Representing knowledge about mathematics for computer-aided teaching, part II - the diversity of roles that a computer can play in assisting learning. R.B. DAVIS, S. DUGDALE, D. KIBBEY, C. WEAVER 387 20 Three interactions between A1 and education. K.KAHN 422 CASE STUDIES IN EMPIRICAL KNOWLEDGE 21 Knowledge representation for archaeological inference. J. DORAN 433 22 Chromosome classification and segmentation as exercises in knowing what to expect. D. RUTOVITZ 455 PERCEPTUAL KNOWLEDGE 23 A duality concept for the analysis of polyhedral scenes. D.A. HUFFMAN 475 24 Realizable configurations of lines in pictures of polyhedra. D.A. HUFFMAN 493 25 How to see a simple world: an exegesis of some computer programs for scene analysis. A.K. MACKWORTH 510 WORLD-KNOWLEDGE FOR LANGUAGE-UNDERSTANDING 26 Inference and knowledge in language comprehension. E. CHARNIAK 541 27 Representation and understanding of text. R. SCHANK 575 SUBJECT AND NAME INDEX 621 AUTHOR INDEX 627
Machine Intelligence 8
Publisher: Ellis Horwood 1877
- E.W. Elcock
- Professor and Chairman, Department of Computer Science, University of Western Ontario
- Donald Michie
- Professor of Machine Intelligence, University of Edinburgh
Proceedings of the Eighth Machine Intelligence Workshop, held as a NATO Advanced Study Institute at Santa Cruz.