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Natural language programming of agents and robotic devices

Veres, Sandor M. (2008) Natural language programming of agents and robotic devices, London, UK, SysBrain, 181pp. (SysBrain Series on Intelligent Agents).

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Abstract

The book provides examples of how conceptual structures can be built up for the purpose of developing shared understanding between man and machine. The medium of this shared understanding is a version of English that is carefully defined and tailored for a particular application. The name of this type of English is called system English, sEnglish for short. It is supported by conceptual structures defined to suit the application developed. The book outlines the principles and its use with electronic personal assistants and intelligent software agents. The focus is on sEnglish and no commitment is made to any particular intelligent physical agent architecture that is used to control a machine. The book provides a series of examples to show the possibilities of sEnglish as a high level programming language.

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Submitted date: 15 February 2008
Published date: 6 June 2008
Keywords: natural language programming, learning of intelligent agents, publishing for machines
Organisations: Astronautics Group

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Local EPrints ID: 66181
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/66181
ISBN: 9780955841705
PURE UUID: 42e76ac8-654d-4ab3-aeed-05b7d783e326

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Date deposited: 11 May 2009
Last modified: 19 Jul 2017 00:27

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