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GRC
2008
IEEE
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Granular Problem Solving and Software Engineering
Granulation is an important component of Granular Computing (GrC) as a problem solving paradigm. Specification and regulation of granulation are necessary in helping researchers a...
Haibin Zhu
GECCO
2008
Springer
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Empirical investigations on parallel competent genetic algorithms
This paper empirically investigates parallel competent genetic algorithms (cGAs) [4]. cGAs, such as BOA [21], LINCGA [15], D5 -GA [28], can solve GA-difficult problems by automati...
Miwako Tsuji, Masaharu Munetomo, Kiyoshi Akama
IJCAI
1989
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Utilization Filtering: A Method for Reducing the Inherent Harmfulness of Deductively Learned Knowledge
This paper highlights a phenomenon that causes deductively learned knowledge to be harmful when used for problem solving. The problem occurs when deductive problem solvers encount...
Shaul Markovitch, Paul D. Scott
IJCAI
1993
10 years 5 months ago
Evolutionary Learning Strategy using Bug-Based Search
We introduce a new approach to GA (Genetic Algorithms) based problem solving. Earlier GAs did not contain local search (i.e. hill climbing) mechanisms, which led to optimization d...
Hitoshi Iba, Tetsuya Higuchi, Hugo de Garis, Taisu...
IJCAI
1993
10 years 5 months ago
Perception and Experience in Problem Solving
Whilst much emphasis in AI has been placed on the use of goals in problem solving, less emphasis has been placed on the role of perception and experience. In this paper we show th...
Edmund Furse, Rod Nicolson
IJCAI
1993
10 years 5 months ago
An Approach to Analyzing the Need for Meta-Level Communication
This paper presents an analysis of static and dynamic organizational structures for naturally distributed, homogeneous, cooperative problem solving environments, exemplified by di...
Keith Decker, Victor R. Lesser
AAAI
1996
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Deciding to Remind During Collaborative Problem Solving: Empirical Evidence for Agent Strategies
Previous work suggests that reminding a conversational partner of mutually known information depends on the conversants' attentional state, their resource limits and the reso...
Pamela W. Jordan, Marilyn A. Walker
AAAI
1996
10 years 5 months ago
Nearly Monotonic Problems: A Key to Effective FA/C Distributed Sensor Interpretation?
The fesractioncslly-Qcczdrrcate, cooperative (FA/C) distributed problem-solving paradigm is one approach for organizing distributed problem solving among homogeneous, cooperating ...
Norman Carver, Victor R. Lesser, Robert Whitehair
AAAI
1997
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Models of Continual Computation
Automated problem solving is viewed typically as the expenditure of computation to solve one or more problems passed to a reasoning system. In response to each problem received, e...
Eric Horvitz
AAAI
1998
10 years 5 months ago
TRIPS: An Integrated Intelligent Problem-Solving Assistant
We discuss what constitutes an integrated system in AI, and why AI researchers should be interested in building and studying them. Taking integrated systems to be ones that integr...
George Ferguson, James F. Allen
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