Artificial Intelligence: Strategies, Applications, and Models Through Search

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Glenlake, 1998 - Computers - 363 pages
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Comprehensive, yet practical book
The authors include program code to illustrate concepts
Suitable for students, academics, and professionals

This book uses the unifying thread of SEARCH as a way of bringing together the major techniques used in symbolic Artificial Intelligence. The authors include program code to illustrate concepts in both POP-11 and Prolog. Each chapter covers a technique and is then divided into three sections: 1) an introduction to the technique; 2) development of a low-level of (POP-11) implementation; and 3) development of a high-level (Prolog) implementation.

This is a practical book which should be valuable to those experienced in artificial intelligence, students with some programming background, and academics and professionals looking for a concise discussion of artificial intelligence through SEARCH.

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About the author (1998)

Chris Thornton is Lecturer in Artificial Intelligence, Department of Informatics at the University of Sussex.

BENEDICT DU BOULAY is Professor of Artificial Intelligence in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Subject Group within the School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences.

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