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Siddall (engineering, McMaster Univ., Hamilton, Ontario) argues that engineers are completely in a position to writing their very own specialist process laptop courses, drawing on their pre-existing wisdom of languages comparable to FORTRAN and PASCAL, their services of the engineering strategy, their event with
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In intuitive modeling a human expert sets up a set of IF/THEN rules that can be used for predictions. It is an attempt to implement in computer code the expert's intuitive decision making processes in a rather narrow field. This decision making is based on knowledge and experience, and the decisions essentially come to the expert from his or her unconscious mind. These rules have the following form. . . Note that the IF/THEN/ELSE structure, that is common in high level languages and could be used here, is not used.
7 Automatic Programming Limited success has been achieved in translating natural language algorithms into high level computer languages. Computer program design languages, or pseudo codes (Horowitz and Sahni 1976 and Van Tassel 1978), are a formalized form of describing an algorithm, and, if in sufficient detail, can almost directly be translated into a high level language. However, workers in artificial intelligence seem to have in mind a more interactive approach, where the user presents to the computer a rather brief or vague statement of the algorithm, and the computer worms out of him or her more details of what is really required.
This would particularly include synthesis, engineering modeling, aesthetic judgement, and risk judgement. 3 Machine Vision We can be briefer and more specific in examining engineering application of machine vision. Some applications are well established commercially and militarily. These include image enhancement and inspection. The former process can be used to remove distortion, blurring, graininess, and to detect edges of features in the image. Inspection has become an important representative of computerized automation of production processes; and can inspect the dimensions of components accurately and at high speed.
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