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ABSTRACT EVALUATING AI-ESTATE STANDARDS COMPLIANCE USING A FUNCTIONAL INTELLIGENCE RATIO

By Larry V. Kirkland

Abstract

Committee-20 (SCC-20) has included the establishment of a subcommittee known as AI-ESTATE. AI-ESTATE is responsible for specifying new standards for interfacing artificially intelligent systems with automatic test equipment (ATE). Assbciaterl with the establishment of these new standards, AI-ESTATE must establish guidelines for determining whether or not AI based ATE systems comply with the IEEE standards. Past approaches to determining standards compliance are problematic when applied to heterogeneous AI systems. Thus, we propose a new approach to evaluating AI based ATE systems under AI-ESTATE using what we call a functional intelligence ratio (FIR). In this paper, we describe the problems associated with evaluating AI systems, describe the role of AI-ESTATE as part of SCC-20, and present the FIR with a sample list of base requirements. BACKGROUN

Year: 2009
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