Building Intelligent .NET Applications: Agents, Data Mining, Rule-based Systems, and Speech Processing

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Addison Wesley, 2005 - Computers - 280 pages
Artificial intelligence (AI) has been around almost as long as computers. However, only relatively recently, have AI techniques been brought to bear on common software problems. "Building Intelligent .NET Applications" is the first book to show working .NET developers how to incorporate AI into their daily programming. The CD-ROM includes all of the book's sample applications.

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Creating Applications That Talk
Telephony Applications
Multimodal Speech Applications

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About the Author

Sara Rea is a senior developer for Public Systems Associates, a Baton Rouge?based company that produces legislative software. She is an MCSD and MCDBA and is certified in SQL Server 2000 and VB.NET. She specializes in developing Web-based applications utilizing Microsoft technologies. Since graduating from Louisiana State University in 1993 with a degree in quantitative business analysis, she has been developing software for a variety of industries, including a not-for-profit hospital, a financial company offering mortgages, a retail company selling coffee, and an Application Service Provider.

In 1998 she wrote an article on stress-testing Web sites that was featured on the front cover of MSDN Magazine, formerly named Microsoft Interactive Developer (MIND). Since then she has written articles featured in Enterprise Development and .NET Development. To reference the articles Sara Rea has written, refer to This Web site also features her latest research efforts and is a good resource for readers who want to learn more about enhanced computing.

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