Blackboard Systems

@inproceedings{Corkill1991BlackboardS,
  title={Blackboard Systems},
  author={Daniel D. Corkill},
  year={1991}
}
Blackboard systems are not new technology. The first blackboard system, the Hearsay-II speech understanding system [1], was developed nearly twenty years ago. While the basic features of Hearsay-II remain in today’s blackboard systems, numerous advances and enhancements have been made as a result of experience gained in using blackboard systems in widely varying application areas. Unlike most AI problem-solving techniques that implement formal models, the blackboard approach was designed as a… CONTINUE READING
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