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By Zhengxin Chen

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In our current example, the heuristic rule you used ("if somebody's car is there, then that person must be close by") is fallible because you do not know your friend's car is broken, and his roommate has given him a ride home. Nevertheless, in many situations, heuristics are useful. Heuristics have been extensively studied by computational intelligence researchers. As for the nature of heuristics, Lenat (based on his AM and EURISKO programs) claimed that " (h)euristics are compiled hindsight, and draw their power from the various kinds of regularity and continuity in the world; they arise through specialization, generalization, and--surprisingly often--analogy" [Lenat 1982].

These problems differ from the conventional graph-searching problems in that we are not interested in the path, there is no starting node, and one can easily generate an arbitrary node (by choosing an assignment of values to variables), so that any node can be used as a starting point [Poole, Mackworth and Goebel, 1998]. 8) can be considered an example of constraint-based reasoning. 10 PLANNING AND MACHINE LEARNING AS SEARCH The concept of search is pervasive in computational intelligence problem solving.

Hofstadter 1995] argued that the program has a novel type of architecture somewhere in between these extremes. " Since approaches like this are not popular, we will not pursue this direction further. 2 SEQUENTIAL OR PARALLEL The concept of artificial neural network goes beyond subsymbolism. In fact, the distributed nature of neural network (as discussed above) makes it a perfect example of massive parallel processing. Each artificial neuron can be © 2000 by CRC Press LLC considered as an extremely simple processing element, and these processing elements can process information in parallel.

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