Volume 170, Number 1, January 2006
Volume 170, Number 2, February 2006
Volume 170, Number 3, March 2006
Volume 170, Numbers 4-5, April 2006
- Piergiorgio Bertoli, Alessandro Cimatti, Marco Roveri, Paolo Traverso:
Strong planning under partial observability.
- Rong Zhou, Eric A. Hansen:
Breadth-first heuristic search.
- Shou de Lin, Kevin Knight:
Discovering the linear writing order of a two-dimensional ancient hieroglyphic script.
- Xianchao Xie, Zhi Geng, Qiang Zhao:
Decomposition of structural learning about directed acyclic graphs.
- Roie Zivan, Amnon Meisels:
Concurrent search for distributed CSPs.
- Franz Huber:
Ranking functions and rankings on languages.
- Ivayla Vatcheva, Hidde de Jong, Olivier Bernard, Nicolaas J. I. Mars:
Experiment selection for the discrimination of semi-quantitative models of dynamical systems.
Volume 170, Numbers 6-7, May 2006
Volume 170, Numbers 8-9, June 2006
Volume 170, Number 10, July 2006
Volume 170, Number 11, August 2006
Volume 170, Numbers 12-13, September 2006
Volume 170, Numbers 14-15, October 2006
Volume 170, Numbers 16-17, November 2006
Volume 170, Number 18, December 2006 Special Review Issue
The Turing Tapes:
Comments and Controversies in AI
- Michael L. Anderson:
Strike while the iron is.
- Roger B. Dannenberg:
David Cope, Computer Models of Musical Creativity, MIT Press (2005).
- Tim Oates, Waiyian Chong:
Marcus Hutter, Universal Artificial Intelligence, Springer (2004).
- Drew V. McDermott:
Kurzweil's argument for the success of AI.
- William J. Idsardi:
Three books on language: pro-Noam, anti-Noam, net-Noam.
- Tom Costello, John McCarthy:
Jon Doyle, Extending Mechanics to Minds: The Mechanical Foundations of Psychology and Economics, Cambridge University Press (2006).
- Leora Morgenstern:
Knowledge representation and commonsense reasoning: Reviews of four books.
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- Lee Spector:
Evolution of artificial intelligence.
- Roger C. Schank:
Once upon a time in AI.
- Terry Winograd:
Shifting viewpoints: Artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction.