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  PTF for AI by CMU
     Carnegie Mellon University is establishing an Artificial Intelligence
     Repository  to  contain  public  domain  and   freely   distributable
     software,  publications,  and  other  materials  of  interest  to  AI
     researchers, educators, and  students.  The  AI  Repository  will  be
     accessible  by  anonymous  FTP  and  Andrew File System (AFS) without
     charge (See Q15.3).  The contents of  the  repository  will  also  be
     published  by  Prime  Time  Freeware  as  an  inexpensive mixed-media
     (Book/CD-ROM) publication.

     For your information, here is a precis of the CD-ROM:

     PTF for AI is a periodic collection of  AI-related  source  code  and
     documentation.   PTF for AI in no way modifies the legal restrictions
     on any package it includes.  The  first  issue  (1-1;  Summer,  1993)
     consisted  of  an  ISO-9660  CD-ROM  bound into a ~100 page book.  It
     contained ~600  MB  of  gzipped  archives  (2+  GB  uncompressed  and
     unpacked).  Cost: $60 US.

     For  more  information  contact:  Mark  Kantrowitz, Archivist, CMU AI
     Repository, Editor, PTF for AI.  Net:  <mkant+repository@cs.cmu.edu>,
     Tel: +1 412-268-2582, Fax: +1 412-681-5739.

  AI CD-ROM by NCC
     Network  Cybernetics Corporation has released a new CD-ROM title, the
     AI CD-ROM Revision  3  (ISBN  1-886376-01-8).   This  is  the  newest
     version  of an annually updated collection of artificial intelligence
     programming and research tools.  This ISO-9660 format CD-ROM contains
     thousands  of  programs, source code collections, tutorials, research
     papers, Internet journals, and other resources.  Previous versions of
     the  AI  CD-ROM  are currently in use as teaching aids for AI-related
     University courses, as research aids to computer scientists, and as a
     source of advanced computer programming tools for application program
     developers around the world.

     The AI CD-ROM contains thousands of up to date files covering a  wide
     range  of  topics  including: Fuzzy Logic, Genetic Algorithms, Neural
     Networks, Expert Systems, Robotics, Machine Vision, Natural Language,
     Prolog, Lisp, Embedded AI, Virtual Reality, Cellular Automata, Chaos,
     Fractals, and more.  The disc is divided into topical  subdirectories
     and  each  directory contains an index file with descriptive listings
     of the contents.  The AI CD-ROM has received  good  reviews  in  many
     magazines  including  Byte  (Jerry  Pournelle,  March  '93)  and IEEE
     Computer (J. Zalewski, July '93),  CD-ROM  Professional  and  others.
     The CD-ROM has a list price of $89.00.

     For  people  wanting  to see a complete listing of the CD's contents,
     FTP to ftp://ftp.ncc.com/ and get the file AICD3.ZIP.  The  file  is  also
     available from the Compuserve AIEXPERT forum, and the NCC dial-up BBS
     at   214-258-1832.   Also   check    out    the    WWW    site    at:
     http://www.ncc.com/cdroms/ai/index.html

     Enquiries  to:  Network  Cybernetics  Corporation, 4201 Wingren Road,
     Suite 202, Irving, TX 75062-2763, USA <ai-info@ncc.com>

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