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  • Drescher, Gary L. (MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 1980-02)
    This paper presents suggestions for "Genetic A.I.": an attempt to model the genesis of intelligence in human infants, particularly as described by Piaget's theory of the Sensorimotor period. The paper includes a synopsis ...
  • Borchardt, Gary C. (2015-03-30)
    This report presents a set of software techniques that support the tasks of event recognition, summarization of event sequences, explanation of recognized events, explanation of non-recognized events, prediction of event ...
  • Lee, Michelle Kwok (1989-05-01)
    This report describes a program which automatically characterizes the behavior of any driven, nonlinear, electrical circuit. To do this, the program autonomously selects interesting input parameters, drives the circuit, ...
  • Goldstein, Ira P. (1974-05-01)
    A collection of powerful ideas??cription, plans, linearity, insertions, global knowledge and imperative semantics?? explored which are fundamental to debugging skill. To make these concepts precise, a computer monitor ...
  • Winston, Patrick H. (MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 1972-07)
    This is an introduction to some of the MIT AI vision work of the last few years. The topics discussed are 1) Waltz's work on line drawing semantics, 2) heterarchy, 3) the ancient learning business and 4) copying scenes. ...
  • Sussman, Gerald Jay; Guzman, Adolfo (1966-07-01)
    no abstract
  • Lamport, Leslie (1966-10-01)
    We assume that we are given a square array that describes a scene. The name of the array will be "array." The number of points representing the side length of the array will be called "pts." (I.e., (pts)2 is the total ...
  • Papert, Seymour (1966-07-01)
    The summer vision project is an attempt to use our summer workers effectively in the construction of a significant part of a visual system. The particular task was chosen partly because it can be segmented into sub-problems ...
  • Stallman, Richard M. (1983-07-01)
    The SUPDUP protocol provides for login to a remote system over a network with terminal-independent output, so that only the local system need know how to handle the user's terminal. It offers facilities for graphics and ...
  • Abelson, Harold; Berlin, Andrew A.; Katzenelson, Jacob; McAllister, William H.; Rozas, Guillermo J.; Sussman, Gerald Jay; Wisdom, Jack (1991-11-01)
    The Toolkit is a family of hardware modules (processors, memory, interconnect, and input-output devices) and a collection of software modules (compilers, simulators, scientific libraries, and high-level front ends) from ...
  • Abelson, Harold; Berlin, Andrew A.; Katzenelson, Jacob; McAllister, William H.; Rozas, Guillermo J.; Sussman, Gerald Jay (1990-07-01)
    The Supercomputer Toolkit is a proposed family of standard hardware and software components from which special-purpose machines can be easily configured. Using the Toolkit, a scientist or an engineer, starting with a ...
  • Finlayson, Mark Alan (2014-12-30)
    This archive contains supplementary materials for the article titled "A Survey of Corpora in Computational and Cognitive Narrative Science" by Mark A. Finlayson, published in the journal *Sprache und Datenverarbeitung*. ...
  • Walfish, Michael; Zamfirescu, J.D.; Balakrishnan, Hari; Karger, David; Shenker, Scott (2006-04-29)
    This report is a supplement to our paper "Distributed Quota Enforcement forSpam Control" (NSDI 2006). We assume here that the reader has readthe main paper. In this report, we first analyze the enforcer nodes'key-value ...
  • Orwant, Jonathan L. (MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 1988-11)
    Obviously synchronizable series expressions enable programmers to write algorithms as straightforward compositions of functions rather than as less comprehensible loops while retaining the significantly higher efficiency ...
  • Shivers, Olin (1996-04-01)
    In this note, I propose two extensions to the Java virtual machine (or VM) to allow dynamic languages such as Dylan, Scheme and Smalltalk to be efficiently implemented on the VM. These extensions do not affect the performance ...
  • Barber, Gerald (1982-07-01)
    This paper describes an approach to supporting work in the office. Using and extending ideas from the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) we describe office work as a problem solving activity. A knowledge embedding ...
  • Tan, Yang Meng (1990-10-01)
    Program design is an area of programming that can benefit significantly from machine-mediated assistance. A proposed tool, called the Design Apprentice (DA), can assist a programmer in the detailed design of programs. The ...
  • Osuna, Edgar; Freund, Robert; Girosi, Federico (1997-03-01)
    The Support Vector Machine (SVM) is a new and very promising classification technique developed by Vapnik and his group at AT&T Bell Labs. This new learning algorithm can be seen as an alternative training technique ...
  • Stevens, Kent A. (1980-02-01)
    The visual analysis of surface shape from texture and surface contour is treated within a computational framework. The aim of this study is to determine valid constraints that are sufficient to allow surface orientation ...
  • Marroquin, J.L. (1984-08-01)
    Well-known methods for solving the shape-from-shading problem require knowledge of the reflectance map. Here we show how the shape-from-shading problem can be solved when the reflectance map is not available, but is known ...
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