Artificial intelligence research in Japan
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The progress, goals and techniques being used in the Japanese fifth-generation computer program are assessed. The research is being performed in three phases: tool building, construction of parallel architecture machines, and evaluation and refinement. The first phase is well under way and has yielded designs for two prototype machines: a Personal Sequential Interface (PSI) workstation and the Delta machine (DM), a relational database machine. Kernel Language 0 (KL0), used for the PSI, is being expanded to KL1. The Mandala language is being applied in the DM. Applications have not received a great deal of attention at the government-funded research center, although the techniques developed are already being implemented in industry for machine and computer design and communications systems. 18 references.
The article of record as published may be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/MC.1985.1663007
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