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  • Michener, Edwina Rissland (1978-08-01)
    In this paper we look at some of the ingredients and processes involved in the understanding of mathematics. We analyze elements of mathematical knowledge, organize them in a coherent way and take note of certain ...
  • Evgeniou, Theodoros; Pontil, Massimiliano; Poggio, Tomaso (1999-03-01)
    Regularization Networks and Support Vector Machines are techniques for solving certain problems of learning from examples -- in particular the regression problem of approximating a multivariate function from sparse ...
  • Modzelewski, Kevin; Miller, Jason; Belay, Adam; Beckmann, Nathan; Gruenwald, Charles, III; Wentzlaff, David; Youseff, Lamia; Agarwal, Anant (2009-11-20)
    Single chip processors with thousands of cores will be available in the next ten years and clouds of multicore processors afford the operating system designer thousands of cores today. Constructing operating systems for ...
  • Zollei, Lilla; Fisher, John; Wells, William (2004-04-28)
    We formulate and interpret several multi-modal registration methods in the context of a unified statistical and information theoretic framework. A unified interpretation clarifies the implicit assumptions of each method ...
  • Dorr, Bonnie Jean (1987-12-01)
    This report describes the UNITRAN (UNIversal TRANslator) system, an implementation of a principle-based approach to natural language translation. The system is "interlingual", i.e., the model is based on universal ...
  • Dorr, Bonnie Jean (1987-12-01)
    Machine translation has been a particularly difficult problem in the area of Natural Language Processing for over two decades. Early approaches to translation failed since interaction effects of complex phenomena in ...
  • Cooke, John; Minsky, Marvin (1963-04-01)
    In the following sections we show, by a simple direct construction, that computations done by Turing machines can be duplicated by a very simple symbol manipulation process. The process is described by a simple form of ...
  • Minsky, Marvin; Papert, Seymour (1964-11-01)
    When is a set A of positive integers, represented as binary numbers, "regular" in the sense that it is a set of sequences that can be recognized by a finite-state machine? Let pie A(n) be the number of members of A less ...
  • Marcken, Carl de (1996-01-18)
    We present an unsupervised learning algorithm that acquires a natural-language lexicon from raw speech. The algorithm is based on the optimal encoding of symbol sequences in an MDL framework, and uses a hierarchical ...
  • Christoudias, C. Mario; Urtasun, Raquel; Darrell, Trevor (2008-02-17)
    Object recognition accuracy can be improved when information frommultiple views is integrated, but information in each view can oftenbe highly redundant. We consider the problem of distributed objectrecognition or indexing ...
  • Liskov, Moses; Milcali, Silvio (2003-10-14)
    We build on the work of Micali, Rabin, and Killian [4] to introduce zero-knowledge sets and databases that may be updated in a desirable way. In particular, in order to make an update the owner of the set must publish a ...
  • Hart, Timothy (1965-11-01)
    This memo presupposes some acquaintance with "A Machine Oriented Logic Based on the Resolution Principle", J.A. Robinson, JACM Jan65. The reader unfamiliar with this paper should be able to get a general idea of the ...
  • Micali, Silvio (2009-06-15)
  • Brown, Richard (1977-04-01)
    We will take the view that the end result of problem solving in some world should be increased expertness. In the context of computers, increasing expertness means writing programs. This thesis is about a process, ...
  • Mansour, Hormoz (1985-11-01)
    A patient rarely has a single, isolated disease. The situation is usually much more complex since the different parts of the human organism and metabolism interact with each other and follow several feedback patterns. ...
  • Doyle, Jon (MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 1976-11)
    Several recent problem-solving programs have indicated improved methods for controlling program actions. Some of these methods operate by analyzing the time-independent antecedent-consequent dependency relationships between ...
  • McAllester, David Allen (1980-01-01)
    This report describes a system which maintains canonical expressions for designators under a set of equalities. Substitution is used to maintain all knowledge in terms of these canonical expressions. A partial order ...
  • Jacobs, David W. (1988-01-01)
    The report describes a recognition system called GROPER, which performs grouping by using distance and relative orientation constraints that estimate the likelihood of different edges in an image coming from the same ...
  • Samson, Peter (1965-07-01)
    MACIMP is a PDP-6 program which can load from DECtape to core memory, dump core onto DECtape, or verify a previously dumped filel against memory. Normally, just before it loads, it clears all of memory to 0 (except itself ...
  • Kornfeld, William A. (1981-03-01)
    The role of parallel processing in heuristic search is examined by means of an example (cryptarithmetic addition). A problem solver is constructed that combines the metaphors of constraint propagation and hypothesize-and-test. ...
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