Artificial Intelligence with Common Lisp: Fundamentals of Symbolic and Numeric Processing

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 1992 - Computers - 542 pages
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[The book] provides a balanced survey of the fundamentals of artificial intelligence, emphasizing the relationship between symbolic and numeric processing. The text is structured around an innovative, interactive combination of LISP programming and AI; it uses the constructs of the programming language to help readers understand the array of artificial intelligence concepts presented. After an overview of the field of artificial intelligence, the text presents the fundamentals of LISP, explaining the language's features in more detail than any other AI text. Common Lisp is then used consistently, in both programming exercises and plentiful examples of actual AI code.- Back cover This text is intended to provide an introduction to both AI and LISp for those having a background in computer science and mathematics.-Pref.
 

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Contents

An Introduction to LISP
23
Intermediate LISP Programming
75
Search
157
Natural Language Processing
203
Vision
243
Logic and Inference
282
Expert Systems
309
Problem Solving
343
Special and Parallel Architectures
459
Prolog and Advanced Lisp
487
Social and Philosophical Issues
528
Appendix A Summary of Lisp Constructs
A-1
Appendix B ASCII Character Set
A-7
Glossary of Al Terms
A-36
Bibliography
A-47
Name Index
A-63

Machine Learning
392
Neural Networks
418

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