Analogy in Biological and Electronic Neural Nets: "Some Intricate Web of Trials"
P. F. Anderson.
[Originally presented at the ASIS Midyear Meeting, May 1988, Ann Arbor. Accepted for
publication in: Expert Systems and Information, ed. Linda C. Smith, Greenwood Press, which was never
The research problems of expert system development are of potential
interest to librarians for two reasons. One, artificial intelligence has increasingly
moved into the library and information field, both as a tool for library
applications, such as technical services and reference, and as a potential
information medium. Two, the professionals involved in creating expert systems have
increasingly targeted needed skills for development among their cohorts, some
of which dramatically overlap with long standing interests of library and
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