Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology
Volume 29 - Supplement 14: Agent-Oriented Programming to Socio-Organizational Aspects of Expert System Design
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Table of Contents
"Agent-Oriented Programming, Yoav Shoham and Becky Thomas Algorithms for Merging and Sorting, Narsingh Deo Architectural Aspects of Real-Time Systems, C. M. Krishna Automatic Production of Technical Documentation, Asbjørn Andersen and Klaus Heje Munch Computer Animation, Nadia Magnenat Thalmann and Daniel Thalmann Ethical Issues in Information Systems, Vladimir Zwass Evaluation of Expert Systems, Dianne C. Berry Expert System Standard Development Methodology, Kevin G. Coleman Factories with a Future, David W. Russell Fundamentals of Database and Knowledge-Based Systems, Bernhard Thalheim Fuzzy Logic, Lluis Godo and Ramon López de Mántaras Image Compression, Jianhua Lin and James A. Storer Intelligent Help Desk Systems, Dolphy M. Abraham Legal Aspects of Expert Systems, Michael C. Gemignani Medical Office Management Systems: More Than Billing, John M. Long Military Robotics, Mark L. Swinson Programming Languages and Computer Architectures, Helene Bestougeff Resource Monitoring and Control in MVS, Earl L. Harper Semiotics and Formal Artificial Languages, Solomon Marcus Socio-Organizational Aspects of Expert Systems Design, Evans E. Woherem "