5 edition of Solving the frame problem found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -379) and index.
|Series||Artificial intelligence, Artificial intelligence (Cambridge, Mass.)|
|LC Classifications||Q335 .S4624 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 407 p. :|
|Number of Pages||407|
|LC Control Number||96027555|
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Solving the Frame Problem presents the various approaches to the frame problem that have been proposed over the years. The author presents the material chronologically―as an unfolding story rather than as a body of theory to be learned by rote.
There are lessons to be learned even from the dead ends researchers have pursued, for they deepen Cited by: Solving the Frame Problem presents the various approaches to the frame problem that have been proposed over the years.
The author presents the material chronologically—as an unfolding story rather than as a body of theory to be learned by rote. Solving the Frame Problem book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
InJohn McCarthy and Pat Hayes uncovered a problem that ha /5(7). Solving the Frame Problem presents the various approaches to the frame problem that have been proposed over the years.
The author presents the material chronologically--as an. The best book for the present time, when the world stood on its head, only unconventional thinking leads to the best solutions. Thomas Wedell shows that solving a problem is not only analyzing the causes, but points to an alternative.
The new way is reframe or looking for a solution outside the box/5(). The “frame problem” is, if one may use the term about so new a field, a “perennial problem” for AI.1 Like the perennial problems of philosophy, it is most likely not one single problem.
InJohn McCarthy and Pat Hayes uncovered a problem that has haunted the field of artificial intelligence ever since--the frame problem.
The problem arises when logic is used to describe the effects of actions and events. Put simply, it is the problem of representing what remains unchanged as a result of an action or event. Attempts to engineer a generally intelligent artificial agent have yet to meet with success, largely due to the (intercontext) frame problem.
Given that humans are able to solve this problem on a daily basis, one strategy for making progress in AI is to look for disanalogies between humans and computers that might account for the difference.
The frame problem is that of specifying what doesn't change when an event occurs. It is readily solved in systems that have fixed sets of actions and fixed sets of fluents built into the program. Buy Solving the Frame Problem: A Mathematical Investigation of the Common Sense Law of Inertia (Artificial Intelligence) (Artificial Intelligence Series) by Shanahan, Murray (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Murray Shanahan. The frame problem is one of the core problems of temporal reasoning. As such, solving the frame problem is necessary for the future development of logicist AI.
Many open problems, although they may have enormous practical import, can be fac. This respect for the past, with all its embarassing mistakes, is an attractive quality of Shanahan's book.
He believes that the history of attempts to solve the frame problem isn't an arbitrary record of failures which culminates in the discovery of a truth which, in hindsight, seems obvious.
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CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): e knowledge and reasoning. 1 The book is not a comprehensive survey of the history of the problem: it is mostly about the work done within the "Stanford/Imperial axis," that is to say, about the approaches that use the situation calculus and circumscription (John McCarthy) and the event calculus and logic programming.
In the context of mathematical problem solving especially at the high school level, I really recommend “Art and Craft of Problem Solving” by Paul Zeitz.
It's a mathematical textbook focused on applying problem solving principles to plenty of creat. The frame problem is the problem of finding adequate collections of axioms for a viable description of a robot environment.
John McCarthy and Patrick J. Hayes defined this problem in their article, Some Philosophical Problems from the Standpoint of Artificial Intelligence. Book Description - ISBN Problem solving models are used extensively in the workplace and the Six Step method is a simple and reliable way to solve problems.
This technique uses an analytical and reliable approach to problem solving. How the Four Frame Model can be used to look at a problem in terms of its Structural. Problem-Solution Frame. This strategy effectively teaches students how to identify problem – solution text structure, and how to summarize this type of passage.
The ability to summarize a passage is an important skill that is tested on the FCAT. Introduce the problem-solution frame. The paper introduces a heuristic framework for conducting joint problem framing (JPF) processes in transdisciplinary research (TD).
JPF is an essential element in confronting real-world problems. The key is reframing, a crucial, underutilized skill that you can master with the help of this book.
Using real-world stories and unforgettable examples like "the slow elevator problem," author Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg offers a simple, three-step method--Frame, Reframe, Move Forward--that anyone can use to start solving the right problems.
"If you want the superpower of solving better problems, read this book" Eric Schmidt, Former CEO, Google Read more Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg is a globally recognized expert on problem solving and innovation.
His first book, "Innovation as Usual", was published by Harvard Business Press in The same goes for solving problems. (Following that analogy, I’ll use ‘define’ and ‘frame’ interchangeably.) Problem framing is essential. I’ve been teaching complex problem solving for over many years, during which I’ve coached hundreds of people.
I can’t remember a single instance where someone’s initial definition of their. Become a Better Problem-Solver The importance of how we frame problems. In the context of the burgeoning field of Behavioral Economics, Framing surrounds the mental picture you have of the world—and is the paradigm through which you perceive reality.
And although you might not be aware of "your frame" when coming upon a new idea, it encompasses all of your unconscious assumptions. There are books that teach social problem solving, highlight out-of-the-box thinking in innovation, speak to the role of teamwork in overcoming obstacles, and address the very real possibility that problem-solving may be needed to cope with failure at many stages of the process.
The first stage of modeling is framing the problem. If you're a management consultant, this can also be referred to as writing the problem statement. In some sense, this step might seem trivial, but ill-defined problems are often ill-defined because what constitutes the problem, and therefore, the solution, is.
A heuristic is another type of problem solving strategy. While an algorithm must be followed exactly to produce a correct result, a heuristic is a general problem-solving framework (Tversky & Kahneman, ).
You can think of these as mental shortcuts that are used to solve problems. A “rule of thumb” is an example of a heuristic. Another valuable way to open the frame when you are solving a problem is to ask questions that start with “why.” In his need-finding class, Michael Barry uses the following example: If I asked.
Problem framing is the process of describing and interpreting a problem to arrive at a problem is considered an important step in problem solving as slight changes in framing may lead to a vastly different problem solving process and resulting solutions.
Since the frame problem was never defined in more detail or generality than it was two paragraphs ago, it seems that the argument is somewhat futile. Certainly philosophers have read into the frame problem even more than the general extended prediction problem (see, e.g., a forthcoming book edited by Z.
Pylyshyn). You walk out with multiple problem statements, and promise to unify them later. If you can't come to a single statement, you probably need to keep discussing until you agree.
It's also possible that you have two legitimately separate problems on your hand, in which case, you need to chose which one your project will solve for. I read this article, Are you Solving the Right Problems by Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg and thought about the implications for many “problems” in education.
The way we see the problem can prevent us from more effective solutions. Here is a great example of “The Slow Elevator Problem” and how reframing the problem can allow for the creation of better solutions.
Using the Kipling Method to Define Problems. The first step in solving any problem is a clear, concise statement – what advocates call a “problem statement.” The Kipling Method, named after Rudyard Kipling’s poem in his book “Just So Stories,” is one of the more popular systems for defining a problem.
Sometimes called the. Problem Frames and Concerns — 1 We have seen instances of four problem frames: Simple Behaviour: Sluice Gate Simple Information: Odometer Display Workpieces: Party Plan Editing Transformation: Mailfiles Analysis Each frame characterises a problem class The problem is always to specify a suitable machine Frames.
There's Reiter's Solving the Frame Problem as well. My point is, as such, it is better not to talk about the Frame Problem as being solved or unsolved, but as an issue to be dealt with. Non-monotic/Default logics and the fluent calculus are designed partly so that the frame problem becomes manageable.
That doesnt make it 'solved' in a general. A FrameProblem is a question of how to determine what solution elements should be considered in solving a problem. The archetypal example of a FrameProblem is a possibly apocryphal story dating from the s. A side-burned and groovy new civil engineering post-doc decided to give his undergrads a practical lesson to liven the course up.
When faced with a problem, many business leaders and teams mechanically reach for a familiar problem-solving methodology. The problem is that the methods are often mismatched with the problem, creating unnecessary struggle, frustration, delay, and ineffectiveness in solving the problem -- if it is ever solved at all.
In Four Types of Problems: from reactive troubleshooting to creative. The frame problem, likewise, is one of justifying some inferences about the future as opposed to others. The second problem is an instance of the first.” This view of the frame problem is highly controversial, however (Hayes ).
It can be look as additional complementary approach to lean problem solving. Before solving a problem - make sure that you understand the problem you are trying to solve and it is a right problem. Book gives practical guidance to how you use this reframing approach, which is always a plus for any business book.
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Now this process of assuming the solution and sticking to the problem-solving process is something that Carol Dweck describes in her book Mindset, which i highly recommend.
I wont go over the book too much, but she talks about a type of mindset called a Growth Mindset, and that's essentially what assuming there's a solution is. Reframing the Problem: A Design Thinking Workshop.
Divide your class into groups of 3–4 students. Step 1 – 10 minutes: Encourage your students to brainstorm and think of .Books on LibraryThing tagged problem solving.