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" The solution, by machine, of really complex problems will require a variety of administration facilities. During the course of solving a problem, one becomes involved with a large assembly of interrelated subproblems. From these, at each stage, a very... "
Machine Intelligence and Robotics: Report of the NASA Study Group : Final Report - Page 435
by NASA Study Group on Machine Intelligence and Robotics - 1980 - 400 pages
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Visual Identification of People by Computer

Michael David Kelly - Artificial intelligence - 1970 - 476 pages
...structure in the large, "For really difficult problems, .,. step-by-step heuristics ,,, will fall, and the machine must have resources for analyzing...problem structure in the large in short, for 'planning' " [p, 21], "Perhaps the most straightforward concept of Planning is that of using a slmp|lfled mode...
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Artificial Intelligence: Critical Concepts, Volume 2

Ronald Chrisley, Sander Begeer - Artificial intelligence - 2000 - 586 pages
...consideration of this dependency on training sequences. IV Problem-solving and planning Summary — The solution, by machine, of really complex problems...analogous, semantic, and abstract. Certain abstract models, "Character Algebras," can be constructed by the machine itself, on the basis of experience or analysis....
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