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There are 13 Intel Books in our collection :
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8086/8088/80286 Assembly Language Date: 1988 8086/8088/80286 Assembly Language

Publisher: brady
Author: Leo J. Scanlon

Artificial Intelligence Programming Environments Date: 18th November 1987 Artificial Intelligence Programming Environments

ISBN-10: 085312857X
ISBN-13: 9780853128571

Publisher: Ellis Horwood Limited
Author: Robert Hawley

Inside Intel Date: 1998 Inside Intel Review
If you're sick of the upbeat tone of many computer industry sagas, you'll definitely enjoy Inside Intel, Tim Jackson's investigation into the secrets of Intel's success. Instead of the usual cast of blue-eyed whiz-kid billionaires, you'll find a darker story of brilliant technical coups tempered by serious blunders and savage competition. Naturally, technical innovation lies at the heart of the story, but Intel didn't always get it right--and sometimes teetered close to ruin. Success didn't come because the company never made mistakes, but because it could fight back savagely when it did. That the fight wasn't always clean, nor the personalities involved particularly pleasant, makes for a fascinating story.
Kindly donated by Jason Sharp

Publisher: Harper Collins Publishers
Author: Tim Jackson

Introducing Artificial Intelligence Date: 1984 Introducing Artificial Intelligence

Publisher: NCC Publications
Author: G. L. Simons

Machine Intelligence Volume 1 Date: 1967 Machine Intelligence Volume 1


 PREFACE by Sir Edward Collingwood FRS



     1.  Linear graphs and trees: H.I. SCOINS
     2.  Mathematical proofs about computer programs: D.C. COOPER


     3.  Beth-tree methods in automatic theorem-proving:          R.J. POPPLESTONE
     4.  The resolution principle in theorem-proving: D. LUCKHAM 


    5.  Tree-searching methods with an application to a network design problem: R.M. BURSTALL 
     6.  Experiments with a learning component in a Go-Moku playing program: E.W. ELCOCK and A.M. MURRAY
     7.  An approach to automatic problem-solving: J. DORAN 
     8.  Complete solution of the `Eight-Puzzle': P.D.A. SCHOFIELD
     9.  Strategy-building with the Graph Traverser: D. MICHIE


     10. Networks as models of word storage: G.R. KISS   
     11. Will seeing machines have illusions? R.L. GREGORY 

     12. Perception, picture processing and computers: Dr M.B. CLOWES    
     13. Automatic speech recognition: a problem for machine intelligence: D.R. HILL   


     14. Simply partitioned data structures: the compiler-compiler re-examined: R.A. BROOKER and J.S. ROHL
     15. The third-order compiler: a context for free man-machine communication: R.B.E. NAPPER
     16. Principles for implementing useful subsets of advanced programming languages: G.F. COULOURIS
     17. Interrogation languages: J.M. FOSTER

Bibliographic details

    Machine Intelligence 1
    Editors: N.L. Collins and Donald Michie
    Experimental Programming Unit, University of Edinburgh
    Publisher: Oliver and Boyd 1967

    Proceedings of the First International Machine Intelligence Workshop, held at Edinburgh, September 1965. Host laboratory: experimental Programming Unit, University of Edinburgh, UK.

Publisher: Oliver & Boyd

Machine Intelligence Volume 2 Date: 1968 Machine Intelligence Volume 2


 PREFACE by David Kendall 



     1.  Semantics of assignment: R.M. BURSTALL  
     2.  Some transformations and standard forms of graphs, with applications to computer programs: D.C. COOPER 
     3.  Data representation-the key to conceptualisation: D.B. VIGOR


     4.  An approach to analytic integration using ordered algebraic expressions: L.I. HODGSON
     5.  Some theorem-proving strategies based on the resolution principle: J.L. DARLINGTON   


     6.  Automatic description and recognition of board patterns in Go-Moku: A.M. MURRAY and E.W. ELCOCK
     7.  A five-year plan for automatic chess: I.J. GOOD 
     8.  New developments of the Graph Traverser: J. DORAN
     9.  BOXES: an experiment in adaptive control: D. MICHIE and R.A. CHAMBERS
     10. A regression analysis program incorporating heuristic term selection: J.S. COLLINS


     11. A limited dictionary for syntactic analysis: P. BRATLEY and D.J. DAKIN


     12. POP-1: an on-line language: R.J. POPPLESTONE  
     13. Self-improvement in query languages: J.M. FOSTER
     14. POP-2 reference manual: R.M. BURSTALL and R.J. POPPLESTONE


Bibliographic details

    Machine Intelligence 2

        * Ella Dale and Donald Michie
          Department of Machine Intelligence and Perception, University of Edinburgh

    Publisher: Oliver and Boyd 1968

    Proceedings of the Second Annual Machine Intelligence Workshop, University of Edinburgh, September 1966.

Publisher: Oliver & Boyd

Machine Intelligence Volume 3 Date: 1968 Machine Intelligence Volume 3


 PREFACE by the Earl of Halsbury      

 1.  The morphology of prex-an essay in meta-algorithmics.  J. LASKI 
 2.  Program Schemata.  M.S. PATERSON  
 3.  Language definition and compiler validation.  J.J. FLORENTIN
 4.  Placing trees in lexicographic order.  H.I. SCOINS   


 5.  A new look at mathematics and its mechanization.  B. MELTZER
 6.  Some notes on resolution strategies.  B. MELTZER   
 7.  The generalized resolution principle. J.A. ROBINSON 
 8.  Some tree-paring strategies for theorem proving.  D. LUCKHAM
 9.  Automatic theorem proving with equality substitutions and mathematical induction.  J.L. DARLINGTON   


 10. On representations of problems of reasoning about actions. S. AMAREL 
 11. Descriptions.  E.W. ELCOCK
 12. Kalah on Atlas.  A.G. BELL  
 13. Experiments with a pleasure-seeking automaton.  J.E. DORAN 
 14. Collective behaviour and control problems.  V.I. VARSHAVSKY 


 15. A comparison of heuristic, interactive, and unaided methods of solving a shortest-route problem.  D. MICHIE, J.G. FLEMING and
 16. Interactive programming at Carneige Tech.  A.H. BOND 
 17. Maintenance of large computer systems - the engineer's assistant.  M.H.J. BAYLIS     


 18. The syntactic analysis of English by machine.  J.P. THORNE, P. BRATLEY and H. DEWAR
 19. The adaptive memorization of sequences. H.C. LONGUET-HIGGINS and A. ORTONY


 20. An application of Graph Theory in pattern recognition. C.J. HILDITCH


 21. Some semantics for data structures.  D. PARK
 22. Writing search algorithms in functional form.  R.M. BURSTALL
 23. Assertions: programs written without specifying unneccessary order.  J.M. FOSTER
 24. The design philosophy of POP-2.  R.J. POPPLESTONE


Bibliographic details

    Machine Intelligence 3

          Donald Michie
          Department of Machine Intelligence and Perception, University of Edinburgh

    Publisher: Edinburgh University Press, 1968

    Proceedings of the Third Annual Machine Intelligence Workshop, University of Edinburgh, September 1967.

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

Machine Intelligence Volume 4 Date: 1969 Machine Intelligence Volume 4

 PREFACE by Michael Swann, FRS                                        v


 1.  Program scheme equivalences and second-order logic.
     D.C. COOPER                                                      3
 2.  Programs and their proofs: an algebraic approach.
     R.M. BURSTALL and P.J. LANDIN                                   17
 3.  Towards the unique decomposition of graphs.  C.R. SNOW and
     H.I. SCOINS                                                     45


 4.  Advances and problems in mechanical proof procedures.
     D. PRAWITZ                                                      59
 5.  Theorem-provers combining model elimination and resolution.
 6.  Semantic trees in automatic theorem-proving.  R. KOWALSKI
     and P.J. HAYES                                                  87
 7.  A machine-oriented logic incorporating the equality relation.
     E.E. SIBERT                                                    103
 8.  Paramodulation and theorem-proving in first-order theories
     with equality.  G. ROBINSON and L. WOS                         135
 9.  Mechanizing higher-order logic.  J.A. ROBINSON                 151


 10. Theorem proving and information retrieval.  J.L. DARLINGTON    173
 11. Theorem proving by resolution as a basis for
     question-answering systems.  C. CORDELL GREEN                  183


 12. Heuristic Dendral: a program for generating explanatory
     hypotheses in organic chemistry.  B. BUCHANAN, G. SUTHERLAND
     and E.A. FEIGENBAUM                                            209
 13. A chess-playing program.  J.J. SCOTT                           255
 14. Analysis of the machine chess game.  I.J. GOOD                 267
 15. PROSE - Parsing Recogniser Outputting Sentences in English.
     D.B. VIGOR, D. URQUHART and A. WILKINSON                       271
 16. The organization of interaction in collectives of automata.
     V.I. VARSHAVSKY                                                285


 17. Steps towards a model of word selection.  G.R. KISS            315
 18. The game of hare and hounds and the statistical study of
     literary vocabulary.  S.H. STOREY and M.A. MAYBREY             337
 19. The holophone - recent developments.  D.J. WILLSHAW and
     H.C. LONGUET-HIGGINS                                           349


 20. Pictorial relationships - a syntactic approach.  M.B. CLOWES   361
 21. On the construction of an efficient feature space for
     optical character recognition.  A.W.M. COOMBS                  385
 22. Linear skeletons from square cupboards.  C.J. HILDITCH         403


 23. Absys 1: an incremental compiler for assertions; an
     introduction.  J.M. FOSTER and E.W. ELCOCK                     423


 24. Planning and generalisation in an automaton/environment
     system.  J.E. DORAN                                            433
 25. Freddy in toyland.  R.J. POPPLESTONE                           455
 26. Some philosophical problems from the standpoint of
     artificial intelligence.  J. McCARTHY and P.J. HAYES           463

 INDEX                                                              505

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

Machine Intelligence Volume 5 Date: 1969 Machine Intelligence Volume 5

Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Machine Intelligence Workshop, Edinburgh, 1969



 INTRODUCTION                                                       vii


     Intelligent machinery. A.M. TURING [1912-1954]                   3


 1  Properties of programs and partial function logic.

    Z. MANNA and J. McCarthy                                         27

 2  Program schemes and recursive function theory.  R. MILNER        39

 3  Fixpoint induction and proofs of program properties.  D. PARK    59

 4  Formal description of program structure and semantics in first

    order logic.  R.M. BURSTALL                                      79

 5  A program machine symmetric automata theory.  P.J. LANDIN        99




 6  A note on mechanizing higher order logic.  J.A. ROBINSON        121

 7  Transformational systems and the algebraic structure of atomic

    formulas.  J.C. REYNOLDS                                        135

 8  A note on inductive generalization.  C.D. PLOTKIN               153

 9  Power amplification for automatic theorem-provers.  B.MELTZER   165

 10 Search strategies for theorem-proving.  R.KOWALSKI              181

 11 An experiment in automatic induction.  R.J. POPPLESTONE         203



 12 First results on the effect of error in heuristic search.

    I. POHL                                                         219

 13 A set-oriented property-structure representation

    for binary relations, SBP.  E.J.SANDEWALL                       237

 14 Rediscovering some problems of artificial intelligence in the

    context of organic chemistry.

    B.G. BUCHANAN, G.L. SUTHERLAND and E.A. FEIGENBAUM              253

 15 Memo functions, the graph Traverser and a simple control

    situation.  D.L. MARSH                                          281

 16 Experiments with the adaptive Graph Traverser.

    D. MICHIE and R. ROSS                                           301



 17 An interactive theorem-proving program.

    J.R. ALLEN and D. LUCKHAM                                       321

 18 A symbol manipulation system.

    F.V. McBRIDE, D.J.T. MORRISON and R.M. PENGELLY                 337



 19 Associative memory models.

    D. WILLSHAW and H.C. LONGUET-HIGGINS                            351

 20 Hierarchical decomposition of complexity.  M.H. VAN EMDEN       361



 21 A grammar for the topological analysis of plane figures.

    P.BUNEMAN                                                       383

 22 Shape analysis by use of Walsh functions.  N.H. SEARLE          395

 23 Conic sections in automatic chromosome analysis.  K.X. PATON    411

 24 Centromere finding: some shape descriptions for small

    chromosome outlines.  D.RUTOVITZ                                435

 25 ESOTERIC II- an approach to practical voice control:

    progress report.  D.R. HILL and E.B. WACKER                     463

 26 On imitative systems theory and pattern recognition.

    P.A.V. HALL                                                     495



 27 Planning and robots.  J.E. DORAN                                519

 28 Robotologic.  P.J. HAYES                                        533

 29 Design of low-cost equipment for cognitive robot research.

    H.G. BARROW and S.H. SALTER                                     555



    Bibliography on proving the correctness of computer programs.

    R.L. LONDON                                                     569


 INDEX                                                              581


Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

Micro-Prolog & Artificial Intelligence Date: 1985 Micro-Prolog & Artificial Intelligence

MicroPROLOG is a dialect of the list-processing language, PROLOG, which has been adapted specially for microcomputers. PROLOG, known as one of the best languages for experimenting with artificial intelligence, has a rather 'human' approach to problem-solving. It can hold a set of rules in a 'knowledge base', and answer general questions using them. This allows such subjects as logic and language to be analysed by defining  the basic attributes and then querying those attributes, very much as we do with the knowledge base held in our own brains. Expert systems are a direct example of this type of reasoning, and this is explained in the book.

This book tackles the usually difficult task of explaining MicroPROLOG simply and concisely, and introduces the language in company with its main application - artificial intelligence. It is based heavily on examples, and has been prepared with reference to MicroPROLOG packages on the IBM (and look-alikes), Acorn, Sinclair and other machines.

Publisher: Collins
Author: Dr. A. A. Berk

POP-11 Programming for Artificial Intelligence Date: 1987 POP-11 Programming for Artificial Intelligence

"In Part one, the authors provide an introduction to the POP-11 programming language. In Part Two, they show how POP-11 can be used to develop practical artificial intelligence programs."

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
Author: Mike Burton and Nigel Shadbolt

The Fifth Generation Date: 1984 The Fifth Generation

Artificial Intelligence and Japan's Computer Challenge to the World

Publisher: Michael Joseph Ltd.
Author: Edward A. Feigenbaum & Pamela McCorduck

Thinking Machines: The Evolution of Artificial Intelligence Date: October 1987 Thinking Machines: The Evolution of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence is becoming the most significant single development of our time - promising as it does the end of 'work' and consequent social revolution.

'Clever' machines are playing an increasingly important role in our lives, and with the 'Fifth Generation' project in Japan and parallel developments in America and Europe well under way, their impact is growing incalculably.

Publisher: Basil Blackwell
Author: Vernon Pratt

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