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Carnegie Mellon's University Libraries are pleased to announce electronic access to portions of the research and papers of Nobel Laureate Herbert A. Simon. You can search the full-text using natural language processing, browse, and view the collection of more than 100,000 digital images.

The Herbert Simon Collection represents the work of a pioneer in the fields of artificial intelligence and cognitive science. It is a rare opportunity to be able to browse through the papers of a renown scholar whose work has had such a major influence on the state of the field today.

The University Libraries' effort to scan the Simon papers is provided by an IMLS Grant. The goal of this grant is to create Smart Web Exhibits in conjunction with the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University.

We hope you find the Herbert Simon Collection to be noteworthy, interesting, and helpful with your research. We also hope you will develop an appreciation for a man who left an indelible mark on this institution and whose influence continues today.

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Gabrielle V. Michalek, Head of Archives/Digital Library Initiatives
June 14, 2001 --

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