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Fuzzy-Neuro Approach to Agent Applications: From the AI by Raymond S.T. Lee

By Raymond S.T. Lee

The e-book presents a whole rationalization of the recommendations and theories of clever brokers and agent-based platforms. offering a finished theoretical historical past, the writer covers smooth synthetic intelligence issues comparable to ontologies, neural networks, chaos idea, fuzzy logics and genetic algorithms. eventually, the writer information how the iJADK toolkit (intelligent Java agent improvement equipment for clever e-business functions) can be utilized within the layout and implementation stages of actual applications.

The ebook should be followed because the major textbook for classes on clever brokers, complex themes in AI or modern AI applied sciences; software builders can use it as an entire technical consultant and reference handbook for the iJADK toolkit; and researchers can use it as a finished reference ebook on glossy AI thoughts, and should profit relatively from the book’s large literature survey.

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3. Fig. 3. The Framework of Intelligence – Unification Theory of Senses and Experiences (Lee 2004b) 30 2 The Search for Human Intelligence Based on this theory, Intelligence is interpreted not only as the collection of our mental activities, as mentioned by the cognitive scientists, nor only as the high-level “mystery” of existence, as maintained by Krishnamurti’s theory of Intelligence, but, in fact, intelligence is the integration of: (1) the intellectual structure, which describes the so-called mental structure (or what we called knowledge in layperson’s terms); and (2) the intellectual activities, which describes the so-called mental activities (or what we call thoughts in layperson’s terms).

Rationalism The most remarkable rationalists in history, including Rene Descartes (1596–1650), Benedictus de Spinoza (1632–1677) and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646–1716), maintained that knowledge must be absolutely ascertained, and this knowledge must come with sufficient rationale (of fundamental reasons). They also believed that deductive argument is the most critical method to attain “truth” knowledge. Typical examples are the mathematical proofs of new theories in geometrical mathematics.

However, even if it is true, the empiricists still cannot explain how we can attain the (universal) truth of this priori knowledge if this knowledge just comes from the sense perception from our world of experience (Mclnerney 1990). In the next section, we will investigate how Kant addressed this question in his remarkable work Critique of Pure Reason (1781) using a so-called “colored-spectacles” analog. 4 Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason and the Theory of Knowledge Immanuel Kant (1724–1804) is celebrated the most influential and important philosopher in modern philosophy.

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