Representation and Decision Mechanisms in Artificial Intelligence.
Final rept. May 84-Sep 87,
DUKE UNIV DURHAM NC DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
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During the period of this grant, six subprojects were investigated and five subprojects have reports andor publications at present. The sixth area is the subject of a Ph.D. dissertation expected to be completed in 1988. The areas include Automatic selection of most efficient programs, determination of confidence factors in expert systems, analysis of errors that learning machines make, real time program synthesis through graph factorization, an extension to Prolog, and finding efficient test-and-treatment procedures. Keywords Representation, Learning, Adaptive systems, Prolog, Testing procedures, Expert systems.