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Watch What I Do: Programming by Demonstration

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Watch What I Do: Programming by Demonstration
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Publisher: The MIT Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0262032139
ISBN-13: 9780262032131
Number of pages: 652

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Programming by Demonstration is a method that allows end users to create, customize, and extend programs by demonstrating what the program should do. The first section of the book describes 18 computer implementations of Programming by Demonstration, and the second discusses the problems and opportunities for this method in more general terms.

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