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Andrew Pontzen (2016), Scholarpedia, 11(4):32340.
Bianchi universes are the class of cosmological models that are homogeneous but not necessarily isotropic on spatial slices, named after... more
Rodolfo A. Jalabert (2016), Scholarpedia, 11(1):30946.
The field of Quantum Chaos, addressing the quantum manifestations of an underlying classically chaotic dynamics, was developed in... more
Ben Goertzel (2015), Scholarpedia, 10(11):31847.
The term "Artificial General Intelligence" (often abbreviated "AGI") has no broadly accepted precise definition, but has multiple closely... more
Juergen Schmidhuber (2015), Scholarpedia, 10(11):32832.
Deep Learning has revolutionised Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning. It is about credit assignment in adaptive systems with... more
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