Paper: Computational Linguistics And Its Role In Mechanized Or Man-Machine Cognitive Problem Solving

ACL ID C82-2016
Title Computational Linguistics And Its Role In Mechanized Or Man-Machine Cognitive Problem Solving
Venue International Conference on Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1982
Authors
  • Michal Chytil (Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague Czechoslovakia)

entities, (ii) the~ can accept knowledge from other systems (agents) and then use it correctly (i.e. they understand it), (iii) they must be able to communicate knowledge to another, similar system (an agent), (iv) they must have a capacity for memory and be able to learn from their history (1). Intelligent agents can be used as processors for cognitive problem solving. Examples of intelligent agents are man, a computer, an animal. When connecting such agents functionally, but not necessarily, physically, various types of symbiotic intelligent agents can arise, shortly said symbionts (man- -computer, a group of people and computer, etc.). Let us note - 75 - that in a symbiotic connection both man and machine obtain certain exactly circumscribed tasks from a control unit of the whole system...