The Handbook of Artificial Intelligence: Volume 3, Volume 3

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Paul R. Cohen, Edward A. Feigenbaum
Butterworth-Heinemann, Jun 5, 2014 - Mathematics - 658 pages

The Handbook of Artificial Intelligence, Volume I focuses on the progress in artificial intelligence (AI) and its increasing applications, including parsing, grammars, and search methods.

The book first elaborates on AI, AI handbook and literature, problem representation, search methods, and sample search programs. The text then ponders on representation of knowledge, including survey of representation techniques and representation schemes. The manuscript explores understanding natural languages, as well as machine translation, grammars, parsing, test generation, and natural language processing systems. The book also takes a look at understanding spoken language, including systems architecture and the ARPA SUR projects.

The text is a valuable source of information for computer science experts and researchers interested in pursuing further research in artificial intelligence

 

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Contents

Chapter XII Automatic Deduction
75
Chapter XIII Vision
125
Chapter XIV Learning and Inductive Inference
323
Chapter XV Planning and Problem Solving
513
Bibliography
563
List of Abbreviations
564
Cumulative Indexes
587
NAME INDEX FOR VOLUMES I II AND III
589
SUBJECT INDEX FOR VOLUMES I II AND III
601
ABOUT THIS BOOK
640
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