The Stanford Heuristic Programming Project: Goals and Activities

  • Bruce G. Buchanan
  • Edward A. Feigenbaum

Abstract

The Heuristic Programming Project of the Stanford University Computer Science Department is a laboratory of about fifty people whose main goals are to model the nature of scientific reasoning processes in various types of scientific problems and various areas of science and medicine; and to construct expert systems — programs that achieve high levels of performance on tasks that normally require significant human expertise for their solution.
Published
2017-07-01
Section
Reports