Curriculum Vitae

Pei Wang

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Education

Honors and Awards

Professional Experience

Professional Memberships

Professional Services

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Publications (by Pei Wang unless specified otherwise)

— Research Monographs:

  1. Non-Axiomatic Logic: A Model of Intelligent Reasoning
    World Scientific Publishing, 2013, ISBN: 9789814440271
  2. Rigid Flexibility: The Logic of Intelligence
    Springer, Dordrecht, 2006, ISBN: 1402050445

— Edited Volumes:

  1. Artificial General Intelligence 2013: Proceedings of the Sixth AGI Conference (by Kai-Uwe Kuhnberger, Sebastian Rudolph, and Pei Wang)
    Springer, LNAI 7999, 2013, ISBN: 9783642395215
  2. Theoretical Foundations of Artificial General Intelligence (by Pei Wang and Ben Goertzel)
    Atlantis Press, Paris, 2012, ISBN: 9789491216619
  3. Artificial General Intelligence 2008: Proceedings of the First AGI Conference (by Pei Wang, Ben Goertzel, and Stan Franklin)
    IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2008, ISBN: 9781586038335
  4. Advances in Artificial General Intelligence: Concepts, Architectures and Algorithms (by Ben Goertzel and Pei Wang)
    IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2007, ISBN: 9781586037581

— Dissertations:

  1. Non-Axiomatic Reasoning System: Exploring the essence of intelligence
    Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science and Cognitive Science, Indiana University, 1995

— Translations:

  1. Gödel, Escher, Bach: an Eternal Golden Braid (by Hofstadter, D., New York: Basic Books, 1979)
    Chinese Edition, with Liu H., Yan Y., et al, Commercial Press, Beijing, 1997, ISBN: 7100013232

— Book Chapters:

  1. Introduction: What is the matter here? (by Pei Wang and Ben Goertzel)
    In Theoretical Foundations of Artificial General Intelligence, P. Wang and B. Goertzel (editors), Pages 1-9, Atlantis Press, Paris, 2012, ISBN: 9789491216619
  2. Theories of Artificial Intelligence: Meta-theoretical considerations
    In Theoretical Foundations of Artificial General Intelligence, P. Wang and B. Goertzel (editors), Pages 307-325, Atlantis Press, Paris, 2012, ISBN: 9789491216619
  3. Introduction: Aspects of artificial general intelligence (by Pei Wang and Ben Goertzel)
    In Advance of Artificial General Intelligence, B. Goertzel and P. Wang (editors), Pages 1-16, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2007, ISBN: 9781586037581
  4. From NARS to a thinking machine
    In Advance of Artificial General Intelligence, B. Goertzel and P. Wang (editors), Pages 75-93, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2007, ISBN: 9781586037581
  5. The logic of intelligence
    In Artificial General Intelligence, B. Goertzel and C. Pennachin (editors), Pages 31-62, Springer, New York, 2007, ISBN: 354023733X
  6. Recommendation based on personal preference
    In Computational Web Intelligence: Intelligent Technology for Web Applications, Y. Zhang, A. Kandel, T. Lin, and Y. Yao (editors), Pages 101-115, World Scientific Publishing Company, Singapore, 2004, ISBN: 9812388273
  7. Unified inference in extended syllogism
    In Abduction and Induction, P. Flach and A. Kakas (editors), Pages 117-129, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 2000, ISBN: 0792362500
  8. A new approach for induction: from a non-axiomatic logical point of view
    In Philosophy, Logic, and Artificial Intelligence, Ju S., Liang Q., and Liang B. (editors), Pages 53-85, Zhongshan University Press, Guangzhou, 1999, ISBN: 7306015419

— Journal Articles:

  1. Solving a problem with or without a program
    Journal of Artificial General Intelligence, Vol.3, No.3, Pages 43-73, 2012
  2. Editorial: Approaches and assumptions of self-programming in achieving artificial general intelligence (by Kristinn R. Thórisson, Eric Nivel, Ricardo Sanz, and Pei Wang)
    Journal of Artificial General Intelligence, Vol.3, No.3, Pages 1-10, 2012
  3. The frame problem, the relevance problem, and a package solution to both (by Yingjin Xu and Pei Wang)
    Synthese, Vol. 187, No.1, Pages 43-72, DOI: 10.1007/s11229-012-0117-8, 2012
  4. The assumptions on knowledge and resources in models of rationality
    International Journal of Machine Consciousness, Vol.3, No.1, Pages 193-218, 2011
  5. Formalization of evidence: a comparative study
    Journal of Artificial General Intelligence, Vol. 1, Pages 25-53, 2009
  6. Analogy in a general-purpose reasoning system
    Cognitive Systems Research, Vol.10, No.3, Pages 286-296, 2009
  7. Three fundamental misconceptions of artificial intelligence
    Journal of Experimental & Theoretical Artificial Intelligence, Vol.19, No.3, Pages 249-268, 2007
  8. A logic of categorization (by Pei Wang and Douglas Hofstadter)
    Journal of Experimental & Theoretical Artificial Intelligence, Vol.18, No.2, Pages 193-213, 2006
  9. Experience-grounded semantics: a theory for intelligent systems
    Cognitive Systems Research, Vol. 6, No. 4, Pages 282-302, 2005
  10. Problem solving with insufficient resources
    International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge-based Systems, Vol.12, No.5, Pages 673-700, 2004
  11. The limitation of Bayesianism
    Artificial Intelligence, Vol.158, No.1, Pages 97-106, 2004
  12. Heuristics and normative models of judgment under uncertainty
    International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, Vol.14, No.4, Pages 221-235, 1996
  13. The interpretation of fuzziness
    IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part B: Cybernetics, Vol.26, No.2, Pages 321-326, 1996
  14. Reference classes and multiple inheritances
    International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge-based Systems, Vol.3, No.1, Pages 79-91, 1995
  15. From inheritance relation to nonaxiomatic logic
    International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, Vol.11, No.4, Pages 281-319, 1994

— Refereed Conference/Symposium/Workshop Papers:

  1. Formal models in AGI research
    Workshop in AGI-13, Beijing, China, August 2013
  2. Issues in applying probability theory to AGI
    Workshop in AGI-13, Beijing, China, August 2013
  3. Natural language processing by reasoning and learning
    Proceedings of AGI-13, Pages 160-169, Beijing, China, August 2013
  4. Predictive Heuristics for Decision-Making in Real-World Environment (by Helgi Páll Helgason, Kristinn R. Thórisson, Eric Nivel, and Pei Wang)
    Proceedings of AGI-13, pages 50-59, Beijing, China, August 2013
  5. Motivation management in AGI systems
    Proceedings of AGI-12, Pages 352-361, Oxford, UK, December 2012
  6. Rationality-guided AGI as cognitive systems (by Ahmed Abdel-Fattah, Tarek R. Besold, Helmar Gust, Ulf Krumnack, Martin Schmidt, Kai-Uwe Kuhnberger, and Pei Wang)
    Proceedings of CogSci 2012, Sapporo, Japan, August 2012
  7. On the validity of Dempster-Shafer theory (by Jean Dezert, Pei Wang, and Albena Tchamova)
    Proceedings of Fusion 2012, Singapore, July 2012
  8. Reasoning in non-axiomatic logic: a case study in medical diagnosis (by Pei Wang and Seemal Awan)
    Proceedings of AGI-11, Mountain View, California, August 2011
  9. The Evaluation of AGI Systems
    Proceedings of AGI-10, Pages 164-169, Lugano, Switzerland, March 2010 (doi:10.2991/agi.2010.33, ISBN: 9789078677369)
  10. Insufficient knowledge and resources: a biological constraint and its functional implications
    Papers from the AAAI 2009 Fall Symposium on Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures, Pages 88-93, Arlington, Virginia, November 2009 (ISBN: 9781577354352)
  11. Embodiment: Does a laptop have a body?
    Proceedings of AGI-09, Pages 174-179, Arlington, Virginia, March 2009 (ISBN: 9789078677246)
  12. Case-by-case problem solving
    Proceedings of AGI-09, Pages 180-185, Arlington, Virginia, March 2009 (ISBN: 9789078677246)
  13. What do you mean by "AI"?
    Proceedings of AGI-08, Pages 362-373, Memphis, Tennessee, March 2008 (ISBN: 9781586038335)
  14. Artificial general intelligence and classical neural network
    Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Granular Computing, Pages 130-135, Atlanta, Georgia, May 2006 (ISBN: 1424401348)
  15. Artificial intelligence: what it is, and what it should be
    Papers from the AAAI Spring Symposium on AAAI Spring Symposium on Cognitive Science Principles Meet AI-Hard Problems, Pages 97-102, Stanford, California, March 2006 (ISBN: 9781577352631)
  16. Toward a unified artificial intelligence
    Papers from the AAAI Fall Symposium on Achieving Human-Level Intelligence through Integrated Research and Systems, Pages 83-90, Washington DC, October 2004 (ISBN: 9781577352129)
  17. Reasoning in practical situations
    Proceedings of Knowledge-Based Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems: 8th International Conference, Wellington, September 2004 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 3215, Pages 285-292, Springer-Verlag Heidelberg, 2004, ISBN: 3540232052)
  18. The logic of categorization
    Proceedings of the 15th International FLAIRS Conference, Pages 181-185, Pensacola, Florida, May 2002 (AAAI Press)
  19. Wason's cards: what is wrong?
    Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Cognitive Science, Pages 371-375, Beijing, August 2001 (Press of USTC)
  20. Abduction in non-axiomatic logic
    Working Notes of the IJCAI workshop on Abductive Reasoning, Pages 56-63, Seattle, Washington, August 2001
  21. Confidence as higher-order uncertainty
    Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Imprecise Probabilities and Their Applications, Pages 352-361, Ithaca, New York, June 2001 (Shaker Publishing)
  22. Non-Axiomatic Reasoning System (version 4.1) [Intelligent Systems Demos]
    Proceedings of the Seventeenth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Pages 1135-1136, Austin, Texas, July 2000 (AAAI Press / The MIT Press)
  23. The logic of learning
    Working Notes of the AAAI Workshop on New Research Problems for Machine Learning, Pages 37-40, Austin, Texas, July 2000
  24. Grounding the meaning of symbols on the system's experience
    Working Notes of the AAAI Workshop on the Grounding of Word Meaning: Data and Models, Pages 23-24, Madison, Wisconsin, July 1998
  25. Why recommendation is special?
    Working Notes of the AAAI Workshop on Recommender System, Pages 111-113, Madison, Wisconsin, July 1998
  26. Return to term logic
    Working Notes of the IJCAI Workshop on Abduction and Induction in AI, Nagoya, August 1997
  27. Problem-solving under insufficient resources
    Working Notes of the AAAI Fall Symposium on Flexible Computation, Pages 148-155, Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 1996
  28. A unified treatment of uncertainties
    Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference for Young Computer Scientists, Pages 462-467, Beijing, July 1995
  29. A defect in Dempster-Shafer theory
    Proceedings of the Tenth Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence, Pages 560-566, Seattle, Washington, July 1994 (Morgan Kaufmann)
  30. Belief revision in probability theory
    Proceedings of the Ninth Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence, Pages 519-526, Washington D.C., July 1993 (Morgan Kaufmann)
  31. A discover-oriented logic model (by Wang Pei and Hsu Cho-Chun)
    Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Computers and Applications, Pages 598-604, Beijing, July 1987 (IEEE Computer Society Press)