Accession Number : ADA328583
Title : Toward Automating Intelligent Information Processing.
Descriptive Note : Rept. for Jan 92-Jun 95,
Corporate Author : ROME LAB ROME NY
Personal Author(s) : Yaworsky, Paul S.
PDF Url : ADA328583
Report Date : AUG 1997
Pagination or Media Count : 68
Abstract : In order to embed intelligence into automated systems, we must be able to identify basic principles upon which an intelligent information processing model can be constructed. This means that we must be able to describe the 'process' of intelligence. However, the foundations of intelligence do not exist in a tangible form. As a step towards addressing this unwieldy situation, we discuss various related topics involving several disciplines. These and other important concepts must be considered in concert if intelligence is ever to be automated. Artificial intelligence and neural network technologies hold much promise for the automation of intelligence. These technologies are also relevant to various missions at Rome Laboratory. We discuss how the automation of intelligent information processing impacts the methods of reliability science and electromagnetic technologies.
Descriptors : *AUTOMATION, *ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, MATHEMATICAL MODELS, SIGNAL PROCESSING, NEURAL NETS, DATA MANAGEMENT, SYSTEMS ANALYSIS, DESIGN CRITERIA, COMPUTER PROGRAM RELIABILITY.
Subject Categories : Cybernetics
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE