By Gerhard Fischer (auth.), Jacques Wainer, Ariadne Carvalho (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the twelfth Brazilian Symposium on synthetic Intelligence, SBIA '95, held in Campinas, Brazil, in October 1995.
The ebook provides 3 invited papers and 31 revised complete papers chosen from a complete fifty seven submissions, greater than half them coming from overseas. The papers are geared up in sections on wisdom illustration and automatic reasoning, tutoring structures, desktop studying, neural networks, disbursed man made intelligence, wisdom acquisition and information bases, and usual language processing.
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Advances in Artificial Intelligence: 12th Brazilian Symposium on Artificial Intelligence SBIA '95, Campinas, Brazil, October 10–12, 1995 Proceedings by Gerhard Fischer (auth.), Jacques Wainer, Ariadne Carvalho (eds.)