Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences
||軟性計算理論與知識處理技術之研究| 全文不可取得 |
On Soft Computing Theory and Knowledge Processing Technology 作者欲授權按此
||Knowledge is the essential element of human thoughts. Creating an artificial
system with knowledge and intelligence. furthermore , has been one of the
humankind's long-term visions. The computer has been the smartest machine ever
since human history in technology began. Therefore, people attempted to use
computer to realize human intelligencc such as thinking, reasoning, learning.
However, it always encountered numerous bottlenecks. The operating model of a
computer is absolutely different from that in human brain. The computer is superior to
human brain by its computing ability. But the computer loses its efficiency in
conceptualizing, thinking, reasoning and distinguishtng. The soft computing theory is
developed to make a connection between machine intelligence and human brain. With
such a theory, researchers on knowledge engineering can transfer the minding process,
recognition structure and learning procedure of human into mathematical models.
Then, they could work on any kinds of analysis, designing, simulation and experiments
systematically. By doing so, the knowledge processing ability of artificial intelligent
system can be improved and enhanced. This paper is focused on the integration issues
of soft computing theory. It discusses the application potential of soft computing in
the fields of machine thinking, machine recognizing, and machlne learning. In
addition, it also anatomizes the role of knowledge processing technologies that based
on soft computing theory play in modern knowledge engineering.
||Modern knowledge engineering;Soft computing theory;Knowledge processing technology ;
|Lin, S.-C. (2001). On Soft Computing Theory and Knowledge Processing Technology . Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences, 38(2), 148-173.
|Sinn-cheng Lin, "On Soft Computing Theory and Knowledge Processing Technology ," Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences 38, no. 2 (January 2001): 148-173.