Application of parallel distributed processing to space based systems
- Macdonald, J. R.
- Nov 1, 1987.
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- Heffelfinger, H. L.
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- The concept of using Parallel Distributed Processing (PDP) to enhance automated experiment monitoring and control is explored. Recent very large scale integration (VLSI) advances have made such applications an achievable goal. The PDP machine has demonstrated the ability to automatically organize stored information, handle unfamiliar and contradictory input data and perform the actions necessary. The PDP machine has demonstrated that it can perform inference and knowledge operations with greater speed and flexibility and at lower cost than traditional architectures. In applications where the rule set governing an expert system's decisions is difficult to formulate, PDP can be used to extract rules by associating the information an expert receives with the actions taken.
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- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19880007011.
Accession ID: 88N16393.
NASA. Marshall Space Flight Center, Third Conference on Artificial Intelligence for Space Applications, Part 1; p 171-180.
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