Algorithmic learning

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Clarendon Press, 1994 - Computers - 434 pages
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Machine learning is a rapidly changing field within artificial intelligence, as more algorithms are identified and a theory of which algorithm will suit which purpose emerges. Artificial Learning provides a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of the subject and will be both aninvaluable text for students and a reference for practitioners seeking an up-to-date review.

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Learning algorithms with numeric input
Association and neural networks

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Hutchinson has 30 years of experience with wildlife conservation and natural resource issues in the eastern states and Canadian provinces. He is the Executive Director of the Forest Society of Maine.

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