Uncertainty in artificial intelligence

@article{Levitt1988UncertaintyIA,
  title={Uncertainty in artificial intelligence},
  author={Tod S. Levitt},
  journal={Ai Magazine},
  year={1988},
  volume={9},
  pages={77-78}
}
  • T. Levitt
  • Published 1988
  • Computer Science
  • Ai Magazine
The Fourth Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence workshop was held 19-21 August 1988. The workshop featured significant developments in application of theories of representation and reasoning under uncertainty. A recurring idea at the workshop was the need to examine uncertainty calculi in the context of choosing representation, inference, and control methodologies. The effectiveness of these choices in AI systems tends to be best considered in terms of specific problem areas. These areas… Expand

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