Artificial Intelligence

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Addison-Wesley, 1984 - Artificial intelligence - 527 pages
The intelligent computer. Description matching and goal reduction. Exploiting natural constraints. Exploring alternatives. Control metaphors. Problem-solving paradigms. Logic and theorem proving. Representing commonsense knowledge. Language understanding. Image understanding. Learning class descriptions from samples. Learning rules from experience. Bibliography.

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This book explains the basic theoretical concepts of Artificial Intelligence. The emphasis in this book is on illustrations, not demonstrations or experiments. Ideally, a one-semester course in ... Read full review

Contents

THE INTELLIGENT COMPUTER
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Computers Can Help Model Human Problem Solving Computers Can Solve
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DESCRIPTION MATCHING
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Copyright

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About the author (1984)

Patrick is a Professor of Computer Science at MIT.

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