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On One Approach to Modelling Intelligent Systems
V. A. Lyubetskii
An intelligent system (IS) engendered by definite needs has behavioral motivations (of coming to a decision) that are realized in the form of goals. The activity of an IS that is directed to a specific goal runs its course in a smaller scale of time, during which the IS has one constant goal. Below we discuss this side of the activity of an IS.
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Problems of Information Transmission, 1993, 29:3, 295–297
V. A. Lyubetskii, “On One Approach to Modelling Intelligent Systems”, Probl. Peredachi Inf., 29:3 (1993), 107–109; Problems Inform. Transmission, 29:3 (1993), 295–297
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