VR-DIS

... • Architects and urban planners are often faced with the problem to assess how their design or planning decisions will affect the behavior of individuals. • One way of addressing this problem is the use of models simulating the navigation of users in buildings and urban environments. ...

... • Architects and urban planners are often faced with the problem to assess how their design or planning decisions will affect the behavior of individuals. • One way of addressing this problem is the use of models simulating the navigation of users in buildings and urban environments. ...

Perception and behavior (vision, robotic, NLP, bionics …) not

... Artificial Intelligence Bo Yuan, Ph.D. Professor Shanghai Jiaotong University ...

... Artificial Intelligence Bo Yuan, Ph.D. Professor Shanghai Jiaotong University ...

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... characteristic of piety ... that I may have it to turn to, and to use as a standard whereby to judge your actions and those of other men." Automata, the predecessors of today's robots, date back to ancient Egyptian figurines with movable limbs like those found in Tutankhamen's tomb. Much later, in t ...

... characteristic of piety ... that I may have it to turn to, and to use as a standard whereby to judge your actions and those of other men." Automata, the predecessors of today's robots, date back to ancient Egyptian figurines with movable limbs like those found in Tutankhamen's tomb. Much later, in t ...

Preparation of Papers for r-ICT 2007

... NPCs to simulate human-like behavior, used to give players a sense of interacting with intelligent entity. Game AIs vary differently for most video games and each game has a different complexity of AI appointed in them. As stated above, Pong, a two dimensional table tennis game, has the AI calculate ...

... NPCs to simulate human-like behavior, used to give players a sense of interacting with intelligent entity. Game AIs vary differently for most video games and each game has a different complexity of AI appointed in them. As stated above, Pong, a two dimensional table tennis game, has the AI calculate ...

Formal Languages and Theory of Computation

... started to think the scope of algorithm capabilities, design theoretical computational machines, and study their capability limitations. Many theories were proposed, but the corresponding machines could not be manufactured at that time. In 1936, Turing proposed the model of universal algorithm m ...

... started to think the scope of algorithm capabilities, design theoretical computational machines, and study their capability limitations. Many theories were proposed, but the corresponding machines could not be manufactured at that time. In 1936, Turing proposed the model of universal algorithm m ...

McCain-Turner Theories: Alternative Causal Laws

... Given such an automaton, we can evaluate observables in all of its accessible states by starting with the initial state, and then assigning truth values to subsequent states by first assigning the fluents in the postconditions of the relevant action, and then assigning the other fluents by inertia. ...

... Given such an automaton, we can evaluate observables in all of its accessible states by starting with the initial state, and then assigning truth values to subsequent states by first assigning the fluents in the postconditions of the relevant action, and then assigning the other fluents by inertia. ...

PPT

... Finite Automata The first case that we want to study is the class of finite automata. With regard to the amount and accessibility of memory, these machines are only minimally equipped. Finite automata read their input tape from left to right and cannot print anything on the tape (which would be use ...

... Finite Automata The first case that we want to study is the class of finite automata. With regard to the amount and accessibility of memory, these machines are only minimally equipped. Finite automata read their input tape from left to right and cannot print anything on the tape (which would be use ...

biology

... Turing provided an influential formalization of the concept of the algorithm and computation with the Turing machine in 1936. Turing machines were not meant to be a practical computing technology, but a thought experiment about the limits of mechanical computation; thus they were not actually constr ...

... Turing provided an influential formalization of the concept of the algorithm and computation with the Turing machine in 1936. Turing machines were not meant to be a practical computing technology, but a thought experiment about the limits of mechanical computation; thus they were not actually constr ...

Topic: Quantum-dot Cellular Automata: Beyond the Transistor Paradigm

... possible—individual molecules. As we become increasingly able to measure and manipulate molecules one-by-one the opportunity to create integrated structures with single-molecule functional building blocks comes into view. Not everything benefits from being shrunk down to the nanoscale, but informati ...

... possible—individual molecules. As we become increasingly able to measure and manipulate molecules one-by-one the opportunity to create integrated structures with single-molecule functional building blocks comes into view. Not everything benefits from being shrunk down to the nanoscale, but informati ...

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... corresponds more closely to our intuition on the length of a formula, but it is not clear whether and how decision procedures can avoid the exponential blow up that a translation from the binary to the unary coding involves. It is an interesting question whether the complexity of a logic is sensitiv ...

... corresponds more closely to our intuition on the length of a formula, but it is not clear whether and how decision procedures can avoid the exponential blow up that a translation from the binary to the unary coding involves. It is an interesting question whether the complexity of a logic is sensitiv ...

Slide 1

... prototype of his "Difference Engine" to the Royal Astronomical Society. He continues his work by designing an even more ambitious project "the Analytical Engine" that reportedly was to use punch cards inspired by Joseph Jacquard's invention. During his lifetime he never produces a functional version ...

... prototype of his "Difference Engine" to the Royal Astronomical Society. He continues his work by designing an even more ambitious project "the Analytical Engine" that reportedly was to use punch cards inspired by Joseph Jacquard's invention. During his lifetime he never produces a functional version ...

finite state machine (FSM) - School of Science and Technology

... They did this by incorporating a new technology called “Artificial Stupidity” or AS. ...

... They did this by incorporating a new technology called “Artificial Stupidity” or AS. ...

Swarm intelligence

... combination is bound to fail (length is longer than what was found already) ...

... combination is bound to fail (length is longer than what was found already) ...

Model Checking of Hybrid Systems via Satisfiability Modulo Theories

... 10], formal safety assessment [17, 14], formal verification of hybrid automata [4, 3, 24, 36, 34, 35, 48], temporal reasoning under uncertainty [33, 32]. Cimatti has published 26 journal papers and 98 conference papers, and has an H-index of 37 (details are available at http://scholar.google.it/ cit ...

... 10], formal safety assessment [17, 14], formal verification of hybrid automata [4, 3, 24, 36, 34, 35, 48], temporal reasoning under uncertainty [33, 32]. Cimatti has published 26 journal papers and 98 conference papers, and has an H-index of 37 (details are available at http://scholar.google.it/ cit ...

The Legacy of Alan Turing and John von Neumann

... intelligence. To this end the seminal research of Alan Turing and John von Neumann is reviewed in detail. Their proposals discuss many areas of computational intelligence necessary to create automata with human-like intelligence. Right at the beginning of electronic computers researchers looked into ...

... intelligence. To this end the seminal research of Alan Turing and John von Neumann is reviewed in detail. Their proposals discuss many areas of computational intelligence necessary to create automata with human-like intelligence. Right at the beginning of electronic computers researchers looked into ...

Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks The

... actually designed electronic computers, but they also reflected about what the new electronic computers could be expected to solve in addition to numerical computation. Both discussed intensively the problem how the performance of the machines will ultimately compare to the power of the human brain. ...

... actually designed electronic computers, but they also reflected about what the new electronic computers could be expected to solve in addition to numerical computation. Both discussed intensively the problem how the performance of the machines will ultimately compare to the power of the human brain. ...

In search of musical fitness on consonance

... possibilities. The first is to correlate every column of the matrix to a note, choosing which of them will be played simultaneously, and in which sequence. This could be done in the following ways: to play just a note, in the horizontal (from left to right) and in the vertical (from top to bottom) ...

... possibilities. The first is to correlate every column of the matrix to a note, choosing which of them will be played simultaneously, and in which sequence. This could be done in the following ways: to play just a note, in the horizontal (from left to right) and in the vertical (from top to bottom) ...

Author / Computing, 2000, Vol. 0, Issue 0, 1

... designed electronic computers, but they also reflected about what the new electronic computers could be expected to solve in addition to numerical computation. Both discussed intensively the problem how the performance of the machines will ultimately compare to the power of the human brain. In this ...

... designed electronic computers, but they also reflected about what the new electronic computers could be expected to solve in addition to numerical computation. Both discussed intensively the problem how the performance of the machines will ultimately compare to the power of the human brain. In this ...

Logicist AI in Mcarthy and Hayes (1969)

... and is used more as a lead-in to the next section of the paper. Here, the authors lay out the heart of their work, and the core of logicist AI: a well-defined syntactical system that allows facts about the world to be defined and used in constructing more facts. In essence, this is similar to a basi ...

... and is used more as a lead-in to the next section of the paper. Here, the authors lay out the heart of their work, and the core of logicist AI: a well-defined syntactical system that allows facts about the world to be defined and used in constructing more facts. In essence, this is similar to a basi ...

Multi-Relational Data Mining in Medical Databases

... viewed as an abstraction from trees and thus provides an interesting way to represent regularities observed in large amount of data. The concept of tree patterns has received a lot of interest during the past two years. In the machine learning field, learning of tree patterns has been studied for e ...

... viewed as an abstraction from trees and thus provides an interesting way to represent regularities observed in large amount of data. The concept of tree patterns has received a lot of interest during the past two years. In the machine learning field, learning of tree patterns has been studied for e ...

26 Some Philosophical Problems from the Standpoint of

... teletype line, so that voice, appearance, smell, etc., do not have to be considered. Turing did allow himself to be distracted into discussing the imitation of human fallibility in arithmetic, laziness, and the ability to use the English language. However, work on artificial intelligence, expecially ...

... teletype line, so that voice, appearance, smell, etc., do not have to be considered. Turing did allow himself to be distracted into discussing the imitation of human fallibility in arithmetic, laziness, and the ability to use the English language. However, work on artificial intelligence, expecially ...

Querying Data Graphs with Arithmetical Regular Expressions

... with the maximal value in the graph and the total sum of all the elements of p is in a given interval. L ARE allows for using nested queries and their negation. This facilitates formulation of properties such as there is a one-way path from s to t, i.e. a path in which for any two consecutive nodes ...

... with the maximal value in the graph and the total sum of all the elements of p is in a given interval. L ARE allows for using nested queries and their negation. This facilitates formulation of properties such as there is a one-way path from s to t, i.e. a path in which for any two consecutive nodes ...

Non-Deterministic Planning with Temporally Extended Goals

... i are the states appearing in a minimal model of δ(q, si ). As such, multiple runs for a certain infinite string are produced when selecting different models of δ(q, si ). A special case is when δ(q, si ) reduces to > or ⊥, where there is one child labeled by > or ⊥, respectively. A run of a BAA is ...

... i are the states appearing in a minimal model of δ(q, si ). As such, multiple runs for a certain infinite string are produced when selecting different models of δ(q, si ). A special case is when δ(q, si ) reduces to > or ⊥, where there is one child labeled by > or ⊥, respectively. A run of a BAA is ...

An automaton (plural: automata or automatons) is a self-operating machine, or a machine or control mechanism designed to follow automatically a predetermined sequence of operations, or respond to predetermined instructions. Some automata, such as bellstrikers in mechanical clocks, are designed to give the illusion to the casual observer that they are operating under their own power. 21 21 21 21