A New Guide to Artificial Intelligence

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Intellect Books, 1991 - Computers - 546 pages
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In this textbook the author endeavors to cover the large and growing field of artificial intelligence (AI) in some detail. While there are books that examine and discuss global perspectives on AI, they make no attempt to cover the diversity of theories and programs.
 

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Contents

what is it?
1
The Forging
23
The Major Paradigms
39
The Babel of AI Languages
98
Current Expert Systems Technology CEST
139
A Problem of Both
171
Seeing is Perceiving
228
What You Hear is What You Are
283
Learning To Do it Right
351
Can we find any?
458
Prognostications or Whither AI?
496
References
507
Author Index
531
Subject Index
537
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Derek Partridge has been a news anchor, writer, and interviewer at the Financial News Network (now CNBC) and served as host of top-rated talk show "Frankly Partridge".

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