Questions tagged [algorithm]

For questions about algorithm's that exhibit characteristics of intelligence, or are critical components in systems that exhibit intelligence, and problem-solving and goal-based algorithms in general.

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Are information processing rules from gestalt psychology still used in computer vision today?

Decades ago there were and are books in machine vision, which by implementing various information processing rules from gestalt psychology, got impressive results with little code or special hardware ...
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Which machine learning algorithm can be used for pattern recognition?

I need a machine learning algorithm to identify any patterns in a CSV file, which contains details of a cache performance of a CPU workload. More specifically, the CSV file contains columns like ...
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How do we determine whether a heuristic is better than another?

I am trying to solve a Maze puzzle using the A* algorithm. I am trying to analyze the algorithm based on different applicable heuristics. Currently, I explored the Manhattan and Euclidean distances. ...
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How to use MOPSO to align characters vertically?

I need to efficiently align characters vertically using Multi Objective PSO. Alignment is achieved by adding spaces in between a given set of characters. ...
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Is there research about teaching AI to “analyze the problem and design a solution”?

Update on 2019-05-19: My question is about teaching AI to solve the problem, not letting AI teach a human developer to solve a problem. Original post: I'm a software developer but very new to AI. ...
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How to control the switches of a railway track with Artificial Intelligence?

Usually, it's very complicated to program a real time strategy game from scratch. Notable examples like Lemmings or Starcraft are software projects with a large amount of codelines. A much easier ...
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Metrics of quality of parameter space exploration

Considering a black box optimization problem on non-linear, non-convex function where we want to minimize an objective function. One way to assess the quality of an optimizer is to look at the best ...
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Understanding an execution of the Monte Carlo tree search algorithm

I have these Monte Carlo Tree Search, and I need to expand it, but I don't understand the step 1 and 2, why it it goes to the first Node and then make a new Node? instead of go to the depthest left ...
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Is a very powerful oracle sufficient to trigger the AI singularity?

Lets say we have a oracle $S$ that, given any function $F$ and desired output $y$, can find an input $x$ that causes $F$ to output $y$ if it exists, or otherwise returns nil. I.e.: $$S(F, y) = x \...
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Are all ant routing algorithms the same?

Are all ant routing algorithms the same? If no, what is the common properties of all of them? In other words, how we can detect a routing algorithm is an ant routing algorithm?
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How to open up a rigid structure made of connected panels?

By open up I mean slightly open up so that a theoretical structure of panels with no width looks three-dimensional. The original structure being an ideal object where any number several panels can ...
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Which features and algorithm could optimize this air-conditioner problem?

Imagine we have 2 air conditioner systems (AA) and 2 "free cooling" systems which mix external and internal air (FC) in a closed box which always tends to warm up. For each system, we have to find ...
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First Order Logic: Unification of positive and negative literals

While unifying two literals, can we unify a positive and negative literal. For e.g, p(x) with ~P(A)? Is this unifiable using the substitution {x/A}. Russel & Norvig textbook doesn't say anything ...
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I am trying to create a network with dynamic connections for every different training example

I have developed a new algorithm which has dynamic connections. it is based off of the following paper: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/...
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Action spaces for an RTS game

I think reinforcement learning would be a good fit for this problem, but I am not sure of how to deal with a seemingly infinite number of actions. In the beginning of each game (generic RTS game), the ...
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KnnBasic vs KnnWithMeans

I'm learning a bit about the use of the Surprise library and I have a set of data with users and ratings. I'm training a network with this library, using KNNBasic and KNNWithMeans, this last algorithm ...
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How to translate algorithm from logic to equation, and back?

I just recently got into machine learning, and have been hitting a lot of obstacles understanding the algorithms involved in the programmings. My issue isnt with the programming, but how they're ...
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Change parameter in Karaboga's code of ABC algorithm

I'm working on a problem and need to use Karaboga's code of the ABC algorithm but I have some questions... Does this formula for calculating a parameter have to be changed: ...
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Which is the most straight forward approach for planning algorithm?

Which is the most straight forward approach for planning algorithm?can we use random algorithm like BFS,DFS,RBFS etc?
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How to improve efficiency of backtracking?

Backtracking search is the basic uninformed algorithm for CSPs (constraint satisfaction problems). What are the directions along which backtracking efficiency can be improved ?
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Nature-inspired artificial intelligent methods for Blockchain?

I am working on the blockchain technology and I am not very familiar with the AI concept. The proposal of this web page: (http://www.euraxess.lu/jobs/349354) opens a discussion about use of nature ...
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Simple question about HS algorithm's formul(Optical flow)

In the below pic, I can not understand what U vector is? It says flow field but I can not imagie what really is the flow field?
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Grouping items by relationships of their owners

I have a set of data representing many sellers and the items they sell. There is an overlap between the various sellers' items. These items come from various distributors and typically an item comes ...
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Tuning the parameters of Particle swarm optimization (PSO)

To tune the parameters of Particle swarm optimization (PSO), there are two methods offline and online. In offline manner, the meta-optimization is used to tune the parameters of PSO by using another ...
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Could we have a phone control itself?

A phone can capture an image that lies on the front of the screen. It is also possible to manipulate input of the touchscreen using various programs and external devices. If we combine these two ...
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Question in NLP

I'm working on a project,whereby; one of the actors is "Teacher" and it's role will be, insert the course name, outcomes of skills, then insert the question, student degree and automatically will be ...
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Combining Multiple Point Clouds

I have a car with 8 lidars, each with a field of view of 60 degrees. My car looks like this: How can I merge all the lidar readings into 1 point cloud?
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Discover a grammar from a set of phrases

The use case would be to give to digest to an ANTLR variant of, a huge data set of phrases of a language, and hopefully progress to discover a ponderated tree or graph, or some sort of mathematics ...
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Is Rapidly-exploring random tree the appropriate algorithm for solving Sokoban?

In the game of Sokoban, a robot has to push boxes to a goal in a map. He has only the ability to move in four directions (left, right, up, down) and the map is small (15x15 fields) so it looks like an ...
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How to approach a problem with infinite solutions

Think Angry Birds kind of game. You need to hit a target at some point by adjusting angle and power. There is infinite number of parabolas that will solve this problem. My problem is not exactly that ...
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Can AC-3 algorithm solve N-Queens problem?

I am building CSP NQueens solver and apply the AC-3 algorithm.But,the domain reduction doesn't occur and gets more search time.How does it happen?Is it a nature of AC-3 algorithm?
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Can't create datasets and load images in COCO annotator

I'm trying to annotate images with COCO key points for pose estimation using https://github.com/jsbroks/coco-annotator. As described in the Installation section I cloned the repo. I installed Docker ...
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How can we estimate the transition model and reward function?

In reinforcement learning (RL), there are model-based and model-free algorithms. In short, model-based algorithms use a transition model (e.g. a probability distribution) and the reward function, even ...
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Railway set artificial inteligence

P3 A basic wooden railway set contains the pieces shown in Figure 3 The task is to connect these pieces into a railway that has no overlapping tracks and no loose ends where a train could run off onto ...