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Artificial intelligence (AI) is a department of desktop technology that types the human skill of reasoning, utilization of human language and association of information, fixing difficulties and virtually all different human highbrow talents. often it's charact- ized via the appliance of heuristic equipment simply because within the majority of instances there's no special option to this sort of challenge. The Mexican overseas convention on synthetic Intelligence (MICAI), a every year overseas convention sequence prepared by means of the Mexican Society for man made Int- ligence (SMIA), is a massive foreign AI discussion board and the most occasion within the educational lifetime of the country’s turning out to be AI group. In 2010, SMIA celebrated 10 years of task on the topic of the association of MICAI as is represented in its slogan: “Ten years at the street with AI”. MICAI meetings commonly put up fine quality papers in all components of arti- cial intelligence and its purposes. The lawsuits of the former MICAI occasions have been additionally released by means of Springer in its Lecture Notes in synthetic Intelligence (LNAI) sequence, vols. 1793, 2313, 2972, 3789, 4293, 4827, 5317, and 5845. because its foun- tion in 2000, the convention has been growing to be in acceptance and bettering in quality.
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Table 2. 5 Results of the Proposed Approach Table 3 shows the results from the proposed approach. The first two rows indicate the results achieved by the relevance and fragmentation features respectively, whereas, the last row presents the results obtained by their combination. Results from this table indicate that: • Relevance and fragmentation features are both relevant for the task of plagiarism detection. In particular, fragmentation features showed to be very appropriate, outperforming the classification accuracy of current methods; whereas, relevance features only obtained comparable results.
G(X), we postulate instead ∀X. P (X) → G(X). g. we could have weakened G(X), or even tried a combination thereof. As another example, rather than correcting a faulty security protocol, we could have tried to disbar those capabilities of the intruder which make the veriﬁcation conjecture disprovable. This is of interest, since to elaborate some attacks, the intruder is required to be extremely fast. In some environments, these attacks are not achievable and, thus, can be dismissed. At the bottom of this research area is the question: does a system have the freedom to learn from its failures?
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