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  • Weitzner, Daniel J.; Abelson, Harold; Berners-Lee, Tim; Feigenbaum, Joan; Hendler, James; Sussman, Gerald Jay (2007-06-13)
    Ease of information flow is both the boon and the bane of large-scale, decentralized systems like the World Wide Web. For all the benefits and opportunities brought by the information revolution, with that same revolution ...
  • Niyogi, Partha (1996-09-01)
    This thesis attempts to quantify the amount of information needed to learn certain tasks. The tasks chosen vary from learning functions in a Sobolev space using radial basis function networks to learning grammars in ...
  • Chan, Nicholas; LeBaron, Blake; Lo, Andrew; Poggio, Tomaso (1998-09-01)
    Various studies of asset markets have shown that traders are capable of learning and transmitting information through prices in many situations. In this paper we replace human traders with intelligent software agents ...
  • Cheng, Winnie Wing-Yee (2009-08-27)
    Private and confidential information is increasingly stored online and increasingly being exposed due to human errors as well as malicious attacks. Information leaks threaten confidentiality, lead to lawsuits, damage ...
  • Banks, Edwin Roger (1971-01-01)
    A cellular automaton is an iterative array of very simple identical information processing machines called cells. Each cell can communicate with neighboring cells. At discrete moments of time the cells can change from ...
  • Crick, Francis H.C.; Marr, David C.; Poggio, Tomaso (1980-04-01)
    An outline description is given of the experimental work on the visual acuity and hyperacuity of human beings. The very high resolution achieved in hyperacuity corresponds to a fraction of the spacing between adjacent ...
  • Koch, C.; Poggio, T. (1983-03-01)
    Dendritic spines are small twigs on the dendrites of a very large class of neurons in the central nervous system. There are between 10 (3) and 10 (5) spines per neuron, each one including at least one synapse, i.e. a ...
  • Papert, Seymour A.; Weir, Sylvia (1978-09-01)
    In this proposal we describe a technological step towards the realization of INFORMATION PROSTHETICS. Our primary focus is on using rather than making the technology. Specifically, our goal is to transpose for the use ...
  • Katti, Sachin; Cohen, Jeffrey; Katabi, Dina (2007-02-23)
    This paper proposes a new approach to anonymous communication called information slicing. Typically, anonymizers use onion routing, where a message is encrypted in layers with the public keys of the nodes along the path. ...
  • Robinson, Hugh; Koch, Christof (1984-04-01)
    This proposal addresses some of the biophysical events possibly underlying fast activity-dependent changes in synaptic efficiency. Dendritic spines in the cortex have attracted increased attention over the last years ...
  • Beeler, Michael (1971-08-01)
    The word game, JOTTO, has attracted the interest of several computer programmers over the years, not to mention countless devoted players. Rules are: 1.) Each of 2 players selects a 5-letter English word, or a proper noun, ...
  • Beal, Jacob; Bachrach, Jonathan (2006-03)
    The ability to control emergent phenomena depends on decomposingthem into aspects susceptible to independent engineering. Forspatial self-managing systems, the amorphous-medium abstraction lets youseparate the systemÂ’s ...
  • Rich, Charles; Shrobe, Howard E. (1976-12-01)
    This is an initial report on the design and partial implementation of a LISP programmers apprentice, an interactive programming system to be used by an expert programmer in the design, coding, and maintenance of large, ...
  • Binnard, Michael (MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 1995-02-23)
    This paper describes the injection molding equipment at the MIT Artificial Intelligence Lab and how to use it. Topic covered include mold design, insert molding, safety, and material properties.
  • Eastlake, D. (1966-09-01)
    A macro has been written for TECO that enables one to insert characters into the buffer as they are typed with the entire current page (if not greater than the display screen"s height in length) always being displayed. ...
  • ONeil, Patrick E. (1971-09-01)
    This is the first section in a proposed monograph on algorithmic complexity theory. Future sections shall include: information Theory as a Proof Technique; Algorithms Using Linear Form Inequalities; Some Probabilistic ...
  • Jones, Thomas L. (1970-04-01)
    INSIM1 is a computer program, written in LISP, which models simple forms of learning analogues to the learning of a human infant during the first few weeks of his life, such as learning to suck the thumb and learning ...
  • Rich, Charles (1981-06-01)
    The work reported here lies in the area of overlap between artificial intelligence software engineering. As research in artificial intelligence, it is a step towards a model of problem solving in the domain of ...
  • Rich, Charles (1987-12-01)
    Inspection methods are a kind of engineering problem solving based on the recognition and use of standard forms or cliches. Examples are given of program analysis, program synthesis and program validation by inspection. ...
  • Dowson, Mark (1971-09-01)
    TJ6 is a program that takes disk files of text and arranges them so that they can be printed out neatly on 8 1/2 by 11 paper, lines justified, pages numbered, and so on. So that TJ6 will know what to do you must insert ...
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