## Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, Volume 11Academic Press, 1992 - Physical sciences |

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In the 1950s , the mathematical foundations for Al , such as recursive function

theory and specific Al mathematical logic , began to be

1960s , a programming language used for symbolic processing was

In the 1950s , the mathematical foundations for Al , such as recursive function

theory and specific Al mathematical logic , began to be

**developed**. By the early1960s , a programming language used for symbolic processing was

**developed**.Page 45

Variations of these techniques have been

systems . Early general problem - solving programs , which used a combination

of the concepts discussed above , include the Logic Theorist ( LT ) by Newell ,

Shaw ...

Variations of these techniques have been

**developed**and used in many Alsystems . Early general problem - solving programs , which used a combination

of the concepts discussed above , include the Logic Theorist ( LT ) by Newell ,

Shaw ...

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X3J11 : ANSI committee that

that

early 1970s , Ken Thompson created the first version of the UNIX system on an ...

X3J11 : ANSI committee that

**developed**a C standard . X3J16 : ANSI committeethat

**developed**a C + + standard . 1 . The Development of C and C + + During theearly 1970s , Ken Thompson created the first version of the UNIX system on an ...

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### Contents

Archaeological Geology 31 Atomic Spectroscopy | 381 |

Artificial Intelligence 43 Auger Electron Spectroscopy | 395 |

Automobile Technology | 417 |

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