TileWorld

TileWorld

David Pogue's term for the tablet-style interface in Windows 8. One of the best tech writers ever, Pogue is a featured columnist for Yahoo! Tech, a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, a columnist for Scientific American, the host of NOVA ScienceNow on PBS television and an author of many books on computers. For 13 years, he was a highly renowned tech columnist for The New York Times. He joined Yahoo! in 2013. See Windows 8.
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have Jimmy Owen, from Tileworld, said: "It's going to be a nightmare for everyone.
Covering all versions of Windows 8 including Windows RT, he offers tips on all its aspects from working with TileWorld apps to sharing files on networks.
(Since Microsoft refuses to give this environment a name, let's go with TileWorld.) TileWorld has been jarringly stapled to the regular Windows desktop underneath it.
Emergent properties of teams of agents in the Tileworld. Lect.
In one well-known example, researchers found the TILEWORLD environment too complex for a planned set of experiments, forcing a simplification of the environment to a grid world without tiles (Kinny and Georgeff 1991).
Jimmy Owen, from Tileworld, said: "It's going to be a major nightmare for everyone.
Our initial implementation of an IRMA-based agent showed the feasibility of the concept, but our experimentation was limited to a simple, highly abstract domain (the TILEWORLD) (Pollack and Ringuette 1990).
TILEWORLD was also proposed and studied (Ishida and Korf 1991; Kinny and Georgeff 1991).