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Poster proceedings of the 27th Annual German Conference on Artificial Intelligence

(:Unkn)Unknown, Universität Ulm, Susanne Biundo, Thom Frühwirth, Günther Palm
The main feature of the method is that it exploits explicit and definite associations of the agent's perceptions with states.  ...  A method is presented for designing an individual teleoreactive agent, based upon discounted-reward evaluation of policy-restricted subgraphs of complete situation-graphs.  ...  data set and the expertise needed at the various steps of research and for numerous other things that made it possible to accomplish this work.  ... 
doi:10.18725/oparu-320 fatcat:gfpemrstsfcfvjpnmz5sv4e4jy

ITCH 94: Changing Opportunities: A Conference Addressing Information Technology Issues in Community Health [article]

Fisher, Paul D. (Editor), University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary
A General H e a l t h Policy Model: Update and Applications.  ...  The Commission adopted the Quality of Well-Being Survey developed by Kaplan and Anderson[2] due to its prior national validation and ease of administration.  ...  It is certainly below what most would expect of a science-based and highly trained segment of the population, whether in America or in Japan.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/10570 fatcat:6ludw7fb6jbfjahmbeo7svnehe

Evaluating the Integration of Learning Technology at Zayed University: A Case Study of a Laptop University in the United Arab Emirates

Bradley J Young, University, My, Neil Russell
An answer to this question involves exploring: (i) the role of technology as expressed in the University's visions and goals; (ii) the outcomes-based curriculum model and the role technology plays in supporting  ...  It examines the background of the University and the role technology plays within its curriculum, placing it within the unique political, social, and religious contexts of the UAE.  ...  Access to international higher education research networks and collaborative international research activities Adequate instructional  ... 
doi:10.25904/1912/3882 fatcat:e4467u3yjvcvhlvzhkgrrffxg4