Advances in Applied Artificial Intelligence
Idea Group Pub., Jan 1, 2006 - Computers - 309 pages
Whether any one technology will prove to be the central one in creating artificial intelligence, or whether a combination of technologies will be necessary to create an artificial intelligence is still an open question, so many scientists are experimenting with mixtures of such techniques. In Advances in Applied Artificial Intelligence these questions are implicitly addressed by scientists tackling specific problems which require intelligence in both individual and combinations of specific artificial intelligence techniques.
Advances in Applied Artificial Intelligence includes extensive references within each chapter which an interested reader may wish to pursue. Therefore, this book can be used as a central resource from which major avenues of research may be approached.
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