Artificial Intelligence, Volume 1
What is artificial intelligence?; Problem solving; Problems and problem spaces; Basic problem-solving methods; Game playing; Knowledge representation; Knowledge representation using predicate logic; Knowledge representation using other logics; Structured representation of knowledge; Advanced topics; Advanced problem-solving systems; Natural language understanding; Perception; Learning; Implementing A.lI. systems: languages and machines; Conclusion; References; Index.
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PART ONE PROBLEM SOLVING
Basic Problemsolving Methods
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