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Artificial Intelligence and Statistics

Artificial Intelligence and Statistics BOOK REVIEWS book would be a good source of research ideas for graduate stu- want to develop expert systems. His list of “do’s and don’&” is dents as well as other researchers. illustrated by the REX strategy. The workshop was intended to raise the visibility of statistics J. Michael Hardin in AI and to show the use of AI techniques in statistics. The editor University of Alabama at Birmingham hoped that the book would give statisticians a working knowledge concerning AI applications in statistics and researchers some ideas REFERENCES on applying statistics to AI. Several of the other 13 papers deal Kandel, A. (1982), Fuzzy Techniques in Pattern Recognition, New with clustering. Most of the remainder delve into philosophical York: John Wiley. areas concerning statistics and AI. ~ (1986), Fuzzy Mathematical Techniques With Applications, New York: John Wiley. Eric Ziegel Kaufmann, A. (1975), Theory of Fuzzy Subsets (Vol. l), New Amoco Corporation York: Academic Press. Lemmon, H. (1986), “Comax: An Expert System for Cotton Crop Management,” Science, 233, 29-33. Computer Science and Statistics: Proceedings of the Lindley, D. V. (1987), “The Probability Approach to the Treat- 17th Symposium on the Interface, edited by David Al- ment of Uncertainty in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Technometrics Taylor & Francis

Artificial Intelligence and Statistics

Technometrics , Volume 31 (1): 1 – Feb 1, 1989

Artificial Intelligence and Statistics

Technometrics , Volume 31 (1): 1 – Feb 1, 1989

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BOOK REVIEWS book would be a good source of research ideas for graduate stu- want to develop expert systems. His list of “do’s and don’&” is dents as well as other researchers. illustrated by the REX strategy. The workshop was intended to raise the visibility of statistics J. Michael Hardin in AI and to show the use of AI techniques in statistics. The editor University of Alabama at Birmingham hoped that the book would give statisticians a working knowledge concerning AI applications in statistics and researchers some ideas REFERENCES on applying statistics to AI. Several of the other 13 papers deal Kandel, A. (1982), Fuzzy Techniques in Pattern Recognition, New with clustering. Most of the remainder delve into philosophical York: John Wiley. areas concerning statistics and AI. ~ (1986), Fuzzy Mathematical Techniques With Applications, New York: John Wiley. Eric Ziegel Kaufmann, A. (1975), Theory of Fuzzy Subsets (Vol. l), New Amoco Corporation York: Academic Press. Lemmon, H. (1986), “Comax: An Expert System for Cotton Crop Management,” Science, 233, 29-33. Computer Science and Statistics: Proceedings of the Lindley, D. V. (1987), “The Probability Approach to the Treat- 17th Symposium on the Interface, edited by David Al- ment of Uncertainty in

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Taylor & Francis
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1537-2723
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0040-1706
DOI
10.1080/00401706.1989.10488504
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Abstract

BOOK REVIEWS book would be a good source of research ideas for graduate stu- want to develop expert systems. His list of “do’s and don’&” is dents as well as other researchers. illustrated by the REX strategy. The workshop was intended to raise the visibility of statistics J. Michael Hardin in AI and to show the use of AI techniques in statistics. The editor University of Alabama at Birmingham hoped that the book would give statisticians a working knowledge concerning AI applications in statistics and researchers some ideas REFERENCES on applying statistics to AI. Several of the other 13 papers deal Kandel, A. (1982), Fuzzy Techniques in Pattern Recognition, New with clustering. Most of the remainder delve into philosophical York: John Wiley. areas concerning statistics and AI. ~ (1986), Fuzzy Mathematical Techniques With Applications, New York: John Wiley. Eric Ziegel Kaufmann, A. (1975), Theory of Fuzzy Subsets (Vol. l), New Amoco Corporation York: Academic Press. Lemmon, H. (1986), “Comax: An Expert System for Cotton Crop Management,” Science, 233, 29-33. Computer Science and Statistics: Proceedings of the Lindley, D. V. (1987), “The Probability Approach to the Treat- 17th Symposium on the Interface, edited by David Al- ment of Uncertainty in

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