Computational collective intelligence

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J. Wiley, Mar 7, 2001 - Computers - 397 pages
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This volume presents for the first time a complete theory of collective intelligence, helping to explain this growing area of non-deterministic computing. The author brings together ideas from different areas, making this a useful resource not only for computer scientists, but also for researchers working on problems in machine learning and artificial intelligence. Random PROLOG Processor (RPP) is used to illustrate the theory.

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IntelligenceOur Present State of Understanding
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of Individual Intelligence
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of Human Intelligence into Digital Computers
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About the author (2001)

Tadeusz M. Szuba, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science in the College of Science of Kuwait University. A prolific author, he has published widely in the areas of PROLOG programming for AI, robotic intelligence, man-machine interaction, and consciousness.

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