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Post 4 – Advantages and Limitations of Modelling & Simulation Programs
  1. The overall purpose of a climate model is to protect the future climate.   2. The mathematical equations used in a climate model are based on well established laws of physics, such as conversion of mass energy and momentum. Re (More)
post 3 Moddeling and Simulation
1) Define the term model in terms of computer modelling. A computer model can usually be described as an electronic copy of an idea or model.   2) list the three types of computer models and very briefly explain them.   - phy (More)
Post 2 – Areas of Artificial Intelligence – Question 7
A neural network a computer system modelled on the human brain and nervous system. This system can be used to prevent credit card fraud by monitoring its user and learning what its user buys and when they usually buy that particular product or ser (More)
Post 2 – Areas of Artificial Intelligence – Question 6
A car navigation system contains the appropriate stored knowledge to direct and guide a person in the right direction and to their desired destination as long as it is programmed into the GPS\'s mapping systems. The GPS can acquire an individuals loc (More)
Post 1 – Artificial Intelligence - Question 4
Investigate the contribution of Charles Babbage and Ada Lovelace to the development of early computing and artificial intelligence  Charles was an English mathematician, philosopher, inventor and mechanical engineer but he is best remembered for o (More)
Post 2 – Areas of Artificial Intelligence – Question 5
agents can be used in mobile devices as they could be a part of the mobile sms\'ing application so when you are writing something it can predict what you would like to write next and give you some examples, or it could autocorrect your spelling when (More)
Post 2 – Areas of Artificial Intelligence – Question 4
A Daemon is a computer program that runs as a background process, rather than being under the direct control of an interactive user. this means that the user usually does not have any input towards its actions as it carry\'s out its own processes. an (More)
Post 2 – Areas of Artificial Intelligence – Question 3
A knowledge-based system (KBS) is a computer program that reasons and uses a knowledge base to solve complex problems. Some examples of these are: -  Microsoft Help & Support Knowledge Base. - wikepedia - Dictionary.reference.com (More)
Post 2 – Areas of Artificial Intelligence – Question 1
1. An intelligent system is defined as “a computerised system that receives data from an input device to produce an intelligent response”. Considering this definition, assess how your laptop could be considered an intelligent system. - Our laptops c (More)
Post 2 – Areas of Artificial Intelligence – Question 2
The following systems are classed as Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) systems. Justify their classification as A.I. systems by briefly explaining how they work: • Automated Telephone Directory Assistance (Interactive Voice Response)     The automatic (More)
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