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PUC
2007
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Homes that make us smart
In this article we consider what it should mean to build ‘‘smartness’’ or ‘‘intelligence’’ into the home. We introduce an argument suggesting that it is people who ...
Alex S. Taylor, Richard H. R. Harper, Laurel Swan,...
JCIT
2007
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A Paper-Centred Information System: Effectiveness and Quality Implications in UK Police Intelligence Units
This paper investigates the quality of information and intelligence in the United Kingdom’s (UK) police intelligence units with a particular emphasis on the role of paper-based ...
Gabriella Spinelli, Bhavna Sharma
JUCS
2008
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Knowledge Processing in Intelligent Systems
Abstract: Intelligence and Knowledge play more and more important roles in building complex intelligent systems, for instance, intrusion detection systems, and operational analysis...
Longbing Cao, Ngoc Thanh Nguyen
ISI
2006
Springer
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Personal Information Management (PIM) for Intelligence Analysis
The concept of Personal Information Management (PIM) is currently a hot topic of research. Some of the ideas being discussed under this topic have a long history, and they are rele...
Antonio Badia
JCIT
2008
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An Intelligent Model and Its Implementation of Search Engine
Intelligence of humankind mostly includes five parts: the observing ability, the memory ability, the practice ability, the thought ability, the imagining ability, etc.. In this pa...
Yajun Du, Haiming Li
CORR
2006
Springer
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A Formal Measure of Machine Intelligence
A fundamental problem in artificial intelligence is that nobody really knows what intelligence is. The problem is especially acute when we need to consider artificial systems whic...
Shane Legg, Marcus Hutter
CORR
2008
Springer
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Does intelligence imply contradiction?
Contradiction is often seen as a defect of intelligent systems and a dangerous limitation on efficiency. In this paper we raise the question of whether, on the contrary, it could ...
Patrizio Frosini
FLAIRS
2004
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Case-Based Reasoning in Support of Intelligence Analysis
Open source intelligence analysts routinely use the web as a source of information related to their specific taskings. Effective information gathering on the web, despite the prog...
Elizabeth T. Whitaker, Robert L. Simpson Jr.
AISB
2008
Springer
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Foundations of a Philosophy of Collective Intelligence
Philosophy, artificial intelligence and cognitive science have long been dominated by the presupposition that intelligence is fundamentally individual. Recent work in cognitive sci...
Harry Halpin
KES
2005
Springer
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Annealing Sensor Networks
With a continuing improvement in the capabilities of intelligence per unit of energy, we should reconsider the organisation of sensor networks. We contend that solutions should be ...
Andrew Jennings, Daud Channa
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