Intelligent Systems: Principles, Paradigms and Pragmatics

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, Aug 24, 2011 - Computers - 758 pages
Artificial Intelligence has changed significantly in recent years and many new resources and approaches are now available to explore and implement this important technology. Intelligent Systems: Principles, Paradigms, and Pragmatics takes a modern, 21st-century approach to the concepts of Artificial Intelligence and includes the latest developments, developmental tools, programming, and approaches related to AI. The author is careful to make the important distinction between theory and practice, and focuses on a broad core of technologies, providing students with an accessible and comprehensive introduction to key AI topics.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction to Intelligent Systems
1
Representation Ontologies and Obtaining Expertise
19
Chapter 3 Search and Computational Complexity in IS
45
Chapter 4 Constraint Satisfaction Problems Part 1
71
Structural Approaches Leading to Natural Language Understanding and Related Topics
129
Chapter 6 From LogicBased Chaining to Production Systems
167
Chapter 7 The C Language Integrated Production System CLIPS
195
Chapter 8 Extended Production System Representation and Manipulation Approaches Including Agents
253
Neural Networks Part 1
493
Recurrent Networks and IS Applications
527
SelfOrganizing Systems
569
Chapter 16 Learning in IS
595
Chapter 17 Genetic Algorithms Swarm Intelligence and Other Evolutionary Computing Concepts in IS
649
Fundamentals of Discrete Mathematics
705
Fundamentals of Prolog
711
Fundamentals of Linear Algebra
723

Chapter 9 Soar
293
Confidence Factors Probability Belief Networks and Multivalued Logic
353
Fuzzy Systems and FuzzyCLIPS
373
Chapter 12 Planning in IS
417
Fundamentals of Lisp
733
Bibliography
739
Index
755
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Clemson University

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