Accession Number : AD0428249


Title :   INTELLIGENCE: A DEFINITION AND MILITARY IMPLICATIONS,


Corporate Author : ARMY MISSILE COMMAND COMPUTATION CENTER ARMY MISSILE SUPPORT COMMAND REDSTONE ARSENAL ALA


Personal Author(s) : MacGowan,Roger A


Report Date : 16 Jan 1964


Pagination or Media Count : 25


Abstract : The fourfold purpose of this paper is: (1) to describe a theory of intelligence, (2) to illustrate one approach to describing precisely all intelligent psychological phenomena (that is, operations on two dimensional patterns of information), (3) to indicate the importance of developing a good statistical-logical notation suitable for describing intelligent processes or operations, (4) to describe some potential military applications of intelligent processes and the automata necessary to accomplish these tasks. Any meaningful discussion of intelligent psychological phenomena, whether biological or artificial, must include both a mathematical definition of the individual information processing functions under discussion, and diagram of the communications system (the physical interconnections) for accomplishing these information processing functions. (Author)


Descriptors :   MILITARY INTELLIGENCE , DATA PROCESSING , INPUT OUTPUT DEVICES , CONTROL SYSTEMS , OPERATION , VERBAL BEHAVIOR , ADJUSTMENT(PSYCHOLOGY) , ERRORS , AUTOMATION , BIONICS , MEMORY(PSYCHOLOGY) , BEHAVIOR , LEARNING , CONDITIONED RESPONSE , EMOTIONS


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE