intelligent system

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intelligent system (plural intelligent systems)

  1. A computer system that uses techniques derived from artificial intelligence, particularly one in which such techniques are central to the operation or design of the system.
    • 1992, Ramzan A. Khuwaja, Martha W. Evens, Allen A. Rovick and Joel A. Michael, Knowledge Representation for an Intelligent Tutoring System Based on a Multilevel Causal Model, in Claude Frasson, Gilles Gauthier, Gordon McCalla (editors), Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Second International Conference, ITS '92,
      Knowledge is central for an intelligent system. A knowledge representation framework, which distinguishes between several generic types of knowledge and structures them in several layers, provides one of the most powerful ways of designing an intelligent system.
    • 2002, Patricia Melin and Oscar Castillo, Modelling, Simulation and Control of Non-linear Dynamical Systems,
      This computer program can be considered an intelligent system for the domain of Non-linear Dynamical Systems (NDS) because it uses SC techniques to obtain the "best" mathematical model for a given dynamic system.
    • 2007, Adrianna Kosierkiewicz and Ngoc Thanh Nguyen, The Statistical Verification of Rough Classification Algorithms in Bruno Apolloni, Robert J. Howlett, L. C. Jain (editors), Knowledge-Based Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems‎ (conference proceedings),
      German Tutor [5] is another intelligent system which helps learning foreign languages.