Artificial intelligence: concepts, techniques, and applications

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Wiley, May 3, 1985 - Computers - 177 pages
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Examines the fundamental concepts and various techniques involved in real-world applications of artificial intelligence, such as computer representation of problems, searching and inference mechanisms, intelligent languages, and computer representation and utilization of knowledge. Explores applications in theorem-proving, games, robotics, natural language processing, knowledge engineering, and more.

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Representation of Problems
6
Searching Techniques
22
Solving Problems by Decomposition
51
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