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30-Second Golf Swing: How to Train Your Brain to Improve Your Game

T.j. Tomasi - Sports & Recreation - 2003 - 240 pages
The director of the Players School at PGA National teaches readers how to think their way to a better swing and an improved golf game by harnessing the power of one's mind ...
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Naturally Intelligent Systems

Maureen Caudill, Charles Butler - Computers - 1992 - 304 pages
A detailed study of neural networks offers an informative look at the operation and uses of these systems, discussing their role in the development of artificial intelligence ...
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Multi-Computer Architectures for Artificial Intelligence: Toward Fast ...

Leonard Uhr - Computers - 1987 - 358 pages
This volume is the most current and complete evaluation of multi-computer networks. It presents an up-to-date and detailed survey which describes the large number of multi ...
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Computer Science: Notable Research and Discoveries

Kyle Kirkland - Computers - 2010 - 208 pages
Presents recent research and discoveries in the field of computer science, including information on artificial intelligence networks, bioinformatics, and encryption.
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Artificial Intelligence and Business Management

Derek Partridge, Khateeb M. Hussain - Business & Economics - 1992 - 343 pages
After introducing the concept of artificial intelligence (AI), the authors of this text discuss the scope and limitations of AI technology in the various subfields that are ...
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Feng Shui: The Chinese Art of Placement

Sarah Rossbach - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1983 - 169 pages
Feng shui is an ancient Chinese practice based on principles from design, ecology, architecture, mysticism, and common sense. In this masterful work, Sarah Rossbach interprets ...
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Digital Soul: Intelligent Machines and Human Values

Thomas Martin Georges - Computers - 2003 - 285 pages
An introduction to artificial intelligence explores the philosophical and scientific implications of building machines that can think and feel more deeply than humans. 25,000 ...
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