An internet portal based on 'Twenty Questions'
Fliert, B.W. van de and Meinsma, G. and Visser, T.P.P. and Peletier, M.A. (2001) An internet portal based on 'Twenty Questions'. In: 39th European Study Group with Industry, ESGI, 9-13 Oct 2000, Enschede, the Netherlands (pp. pp. 35-44).
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|Abstract:||An efﬁcient Internet portal should contain a search engine or maybe even a decision support system to supply the user with the information (s)he may be looking for. In this report an intelligent agent is suggested that relates different sites to each other, based on the answers supplied by the users looking for certain information. For this purpose a self-learning system has been made, based on the neural network of the game Twenty Questions, but with a strategy that relates difquestions.
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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