Overview of the Intelligent System
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Overview of the Intelligent System

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Researchers in the science of “Artificial Intelligence” has investigated many areas of the mind such as pattern matching, vision, and theorem proving. However, all of these are only parts of the human mind. An intelligent system could include all of these parts, but it still would not be complete, and could not function, unless it also had sensed, a method to choose responses according to its objectives and memories, and some way of performing these responses in and on its environment.
Details of the Intelligent System.
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Details of the Intelligent System.

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i. The Intelligent System has a temporary objective, that it has derived from its main objective. ii. It senses its environment, although we have to realize that it has only a few senses and that these can only capture, for instance, light and sound of an object, but can not capture or know the object itself. iii. The system then stores these sense impressions as elementary concepts. Concepts are a material way of storing information. Working on concepts creates new ones and stores relationships to other total, part, abstract and concrete concepts. Of course, there is a difference between an object or occurrence in the environment, the concept the system uses for its internal processing, and the word it uses to communicate the concept. To continue with the internal processes, in more intelligent systems there should now be a check of the incoming information.
Intelligent systems
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Intelligent systems

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Intelligent systems A system is a small part of the universe that we are interested in. It may be natural like the weather or man-made like an automobile; it may be an object like a machine or abstract like a system for electing political leaders. The surroundings are everything else that interacts with the system. The system may sometimes be further subdivided into subsystems that also interact with each other. This division into subsystems is not necessarily unique. In this study, we are mostly interested in mechanical devices that we design for some specific purpose. This by itself helps us define what the system to be considered is.