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Browsing Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) by Title

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  • Knight, Thomas (MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 1974-05-24)
  • Waters, Richard C. (1989-03-01)
    XP provides efficient and flexible support for pretty printing in Common Lisp. Its single greatest advantage is that it allows the full benefits of pretty printing to be obtained when printing data structures, as well ...
  • Waters, Richard C. (1989-08-01)
    XP provides efficient and flexible support for pretty printing in Common Lisp. Its single greatest advantage is that it allows the full benefits of pretty printing to be obtained when printing data structures, as well ...
  • Steels, Luc (MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 1979-01)
    This paper introduces a frame-based description language and studies methods for reasoning about problems using knowledge expressed in the language. The system is based on the metaphor of a society of communicating experts ...
  • Larson, Noble (MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, 1974-05)
    This working paper describes the mini-robot group's X-Y table and associated hardware.
  • Poggio, Tomaso; Nielsen, Kenneth; Nishihara, Keith (1982-05-01)
    We will briefly outline a computational theory of the first stages of human vision according to which (a) the retinal image is filtered by a set of centre-surround receptive fields (of about 5 different spatial sizes) ...
  • Yuille, A. (1984-12-01)
    We investigate the relations between the structure of the image and events in the geometry of the underlying surface. We introduce some elementary differential geometry and use it to define a coordinate system on the ...
  • Katabi, Dina; Gollakota, Shyamnath (2008-04-08)
    This paper presents ZigZag, an 802.11 receiver that combats hidden terminals. ZigZag exploits 802.11 retransmissions which, in the case of hidden terminals, cause successive collisions. Due to asynchrony, these collisions ...
  • Katabi, Dina; Gollakota, Shyamnath (2008-10-01)
    This paper presents ZigZag, an 802.11 receiver design that combats hidden terminals. ZigZag's core contribution is a new form of interference cancellation that exploits asynchrony across successive collisions. Specifically, ...
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