Amarel, Saul


Artificial Intelligence and Marine Design

AI Magazine

In the last few years, interest has grown in exploring AI approaches to design problems, both because of the enormous potential impact on productivity of improved design tools and because of the interesting basic AI issues that these problems raise. In particular, a number of ship designers and AI researchers recently became interested in applying AI to the hydrodynamic design of ship hulls. A typical problem here is to design the shape of a ship's hull in response to desired hydrodynamic properties such as drag and stability, taking into consideration a variety of design constraints, such as total hull volume.


The History of Artificial Intelligence at Rutgers

AI Magazine

The founding of a new college at Rutgers in 1969 became the occasion for building a strong computer science presence in the University. Livingston College thus provided the home for the newly organized Department of Computer Science (DCS) and for the beginning of computer science research at Rutgers.





Distinguished Service Award: IJCAI 1983

AI Magazine

I am pleased to announce that Arthur Samuel has been selected as the recipient of the IJCAI Distinguished Service Award for 1983. I am pleased to announce that Arthur Samuel has been selected as the recipient of the IJCAI Distinguished Service Award for 1983.