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Artificial intelligence applications in office automation / by Kimiz L. Dalkir.: Co28-1/58-1990E-PDF
"A study of the potential applications of artificial intelligence to the field of office automation is presented. The office automation domain, along with some of its terminology, is briefly summarized. The potential contributions of artificial intelligence to help office automation better meet its objectives is then considered in light of this. Some research and development projects underway at our research centre are presented as illustrations and a number of useful classification tools are highlighted to help identify existing and potential application areas. These findings are summarized in the form of three matrices which identify interesting overlaps that can be addressed by expert system applications in office automation"--Abstract.
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|Department/Agency|| Canada. Department of Communications. |
Canadian Workplace Automation Research Centre.
|Title||Artificial intelligence applications in office automation / by Kimiz L. Dalkir.|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)|| Issued also in French under title: Applications de l'intelligence artificielle à la bureaucratique. |
"Researcher - knowledge engineer, Expert Systems Group, Division of Advanced Technology."
"Published in Proceedings of OSRA '89, Office Systems Research Association Conference, March 1989, Dallas, Texas."
Digitized edition from print [produced by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada].
Includes bibliographical references (pages 17-19).
Issued also in print format.
|Publishing information||Laval, Quebec : Canadian Workplace Automation Research Centre, Department of Communications, 1990.|
|Author / Contributor||Dalkir, Kim,author.|
|Description||1 online resource (22 pages) : illustrations|
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|Subject terms|| Office automation |
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