Parallel Processing for Artificial Intelligence (Machine by C.B. Suttner
By C.B. Suttner
This can be the 3rd quantity in a casual sequence of books approximately parallel processing for synthetic intelligence. it's in response to the belief that the computational calls for of many AI projects should be higher served by way of parallel architectures than by means of the at present well known workstations. notwithstanding, no assumption is made concerning the form of parallelism for use. Transputers, connection machines, farms of workstations, mobile neural networks, crays and different paradigms of parallelism are utilized by the authors of this assortment. The papers come up from the parts of parallel wisdom illustration, neural modeling, parallel non-monotonic reasoning, seek and partitioning, constraint pride, theorem proving, parallel choice timber, parallel programming languages and low-level laptop imaginative and prescient. the ultimate paper is a record approximately purposes of huge parallelism and goals to trap the spirit of an entire interval of computing heritage.
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