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COMPLEX INFORMATION PROCESSING REPRESENTATIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY.

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Title:
COMPLEX INFORMATION PROCESSING REPRESENTATIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Authors:
Newell, Allen
Physical Description:
1 document ; 37 pages
Document Type:
Information
Donor tags:
AI, Bibliography, Discrimination Net, and Newell
Series:
1986-052
Box:
40
Folder:
2
Folder Name:
Newell, Allen #2 "Limitations of the Current Stock of Ideas about Problem Solving" A. Newell; Dec 1965; C.I.T. Drafts for (from March, 1968): "Some Examples of Problems with Several Representations"; "A Viewpoint on the Problem of Representation in Problem Solving"; and "Some Thoughts on Number Notations as Illustrative of Representational Issues" "Complex Information Processing: Representative Bibliography" A. Newell, Spring semester 1967 Loose paper listing number of programs developed in AI, Jun 1968. Simulation: Individual Behavior" A. Newell and H.A. Simon reprint from Internat'l Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 1968. An Example of Human Chess Play in the Light of Chess Playing Programs, A. Newell and H.A. Simon, Aug. 1964
Location:
Call Number: SC0340, Accession: 1986-052, Box: 40, Folder: 2
Notes:
Information (1967/2); Carnegie Mellon University; p. 37; This bibliography as prepared by one of the great early scientists of AI, and is very comprehensive over all segments of AI (at that early date). Note the entries on discrimination nets, relevant to EPAM.