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The Chess Machine: An Example of Dealing with a Complex Task by Adaption

  • Allan Newell

Abstract

The modern general-purpose computer can be characterized as the embodiment of a three-point philosophy: (1) There shall exist a way of computing anything computable; (2) The computer shall be so fast that it does not matter how complicated the way is; and (3) Man shall be so intelligent that he will be able to discern the way and instruct the computer.

Keywords

Goal Achievement Transformation Rule Goal Structure Punch Card Terminal Element 
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© David Levy 1988

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  • Allan Newell

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