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 Fanya S Montalvo

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Publication years1976-1985
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August 1983 IJCAI'83: Proceedings of the Eighth international joint conference on Artificial intelligence - Volume 1
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc.
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We describe three experiments using meta-language and meta-reasoning to solve problems involving belief, heuristics, and points of view. These experiments use the knowledge representation system SPHERE, built at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories and based on the ideas of FOL [20]. A key idea underlying our research is the segmentation of knowledge into ...

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August 1979 IJCAI'79: Proceedings of the 6th international joint conference on Artificial intelligence - Volume 1
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc.
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Relaxation labeling is a technique used in computer vision which parallels the operation of human vision. Weisstein et al. have developed an experimental method for investigating higher-level processes while maintaining a close tie to the underlying brain structure. Here we demonstrate that because of the close correspondence between relaxation labeling ...

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August 1979 SIGGRAPH '79: Proceedings of the 6th annual conference on Computer graphics and interactive techniques
Publisher: ACM
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Is one picture really worth a thousand words? Why do cleverly designed graphic displays make visual information stand out more clearly with strikingly greater impact than numbers buried in pages of computer printout? Graphic output devices shift the burden of integrating information generated by computers onto the human vision system: ...
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August 1979  ACM SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics: Volume 13 Issue 2, August 1979

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August 1977 IJCAI'77: Proceedings of the 5th international joint conference on Artificial intelligence - Volume 2
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc.
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The dual role of edges as boundaries and as periodic groupings is supported by human experimental findings". A relaxation model (Zucker, et al., 1975) based on line detectors can underlie both mechanisms. The existence of these edge operators (Mubel and Wiesel, 1962) and parallel interactions has strong neurophysiological support.

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March 1976 Biological Cybernetics: Volume 25 Issue 1, March 1976
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, Inc.
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A self-organizing, feature-extracting network (von der Malsburg, 1973) is extended to two feature dimensions to encompass line orientation and color. It is applied to McCollough effects, particularly longlasting, contingent-aftereffects. McCollough effects are thought to involve low-level associative memory in the form of synaptic modification. The McCollough-Malsburg Model (MMM) embodies positive ...

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January 1976 IEEE Transactions on Computers: Volume 25 Issue 1, January 1976
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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An algorithm is presented which permits any arbitrary subset of the cells of a content addressable tresselated automaton (CATA) to communicate with any other arbitrary subset.
Keywords: associative processors, path building, content addressable memories, Associative memories, network communication, tesselated automata



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