Methods and Tools for Applied Artificial Intelligence

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CRC Press, May 2, 1994 - Computers - 544 pages
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This work provides a comprehensive and coherent introduction to the expanding field of Artificial Intelligence (Al), explaining how knowledge-based systems are built, what tools and technologies are relevant and available, and how to employ them in specific situations. It pays special attention to the commercial intelligence systems that emerged in the '80s, as well as projecting the likely developments of the '90s.
  

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Contents

INTRODUCTION AND REVIEW
1
KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION
39
KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION
107
REASONING
141
MACHINE LEARNING
197
PLANNING AND SCHEDULING
291
PROBLEMSOLVING
322
Al LANGUAGES
372
SHELLS AND ENVIRONMENTS
456
INDEX
495
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