computational knowledge

computational knowledge

The use of a computer to interpret data, used as a basis for forming hypotheses, establishing trends, testing relationships, and making decisions.
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Technologies in the system include a computational knowledge engine, swarm computing, virtual reality modeling and natural language processing.
This editorial introduces answer set programming, a vibrant research area in computational knowledge representation and declarative programming.
A possible solution to building significant bases of computational knowledge is to look outside of pathology departments, creating strong collaborations with or even directly hiring scientists with quantitative expertise, such as statisticians, computer scientists, and mathematicians.
Reportedly, Overmann is the co-creator of WolframAlpha computational knowledge engine, which powers natural language searches in Apple's Siri and Microsoft's Bing, among others.
The leader in computational searching, Wolfram|Alpha (wolframalpha.com), describes itself as a "Computational Knowledge Engine." Wolfram|Alpha has matured and expanded since its launch in 2009.
To discover data-driven models that combine scientific expertise, computational knowledge, and statistical skills to solve critical staffing and care needs means that nurses must recognize the need for analytical skills.
Artificial intelligence employs computational knowledge representations to allow computers to exhibit intelligent behavior on tasks once thought to require humans [17].
This is a complete computational knowledge engine that comes in really handy with instant answers to your queries.
In contrast, the basic skills model suggests that if declarative knowledge is intact (e.g., reading comprehension, and computational knowledge are in the average range), strategy instruction provides a helpful procedure to solve word problems without making demands on WMC.
It excels at location-based services like local business search, and is well integrated with the Wolfram Alpha computational knowledge engine, so that it can answer general questions like "Who was the fourth president of the United States?" or "What is the cube root of 437?" When Siri first appeared, developers wanted to know if there was an API available that they could use to add Siri-like functionality to their own apps.
One website that challenges what is important to teach is Wolfram Alpha (www.wolframalpha.com), which is described as a "computational knowledge engine." While it is still limited in the type of questions it can answer, it does preview a time when our students will be able ask a mathematical question and get a sensible answer from something other than a person.
Matthey Szudzik, assistant teaching professor of Mathematics at Carnegie Mellon University -- Qatar, explained how a mathematician's idea from the 1920s helped develop today's IT infrastructure, as well as Wolfram Alpha, a computational knowledge engine.
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