A New Guide to Artificial Intelligence
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.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
abstract activity AI-NLP algorithm alternative approach architecture atomic formula behavior CEST Chapter chunks claim cognitive component computer vision concept connectionism connectionist networks context correct CP-based models domain domain theory EURISKO expert systems fact Figure FOPC formal function goal grammar Hence heuristic Hinton HOBBIT human decision implementation inference input intelligent knowledge base knowledge level knowledge representation LISP logic machine learning major meaning mechanism MYCIN natural language natural language processing nodes object operators output paradigm parsing pattern Perceptron pixels POPLOG possible problem solving programming languages PROLOG question reader reasoning represent representation result robot rules scheme search space semantic network sentence SHRDLU significant specific SSSP strategy structure subfield subsymbolic symbolic syntactic task theory tion top-down training example true ture typically unification grammar units vision systems words