Artificial IntelligenceThe breadth of A. I. is explored and explained in this best selling text. Assuming no prior knowledge,it covers topics like neural networks and robotics. This text explores the range of problems which have been and remain to be solved using A. I. tools and techniques. The second half of this text is an excellent reference. 
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Suppose it has only one successor E, which also appears to be three moves
away from a goal. Now /'(E) is 5, the same as /'(C). Suppose we resolve this in
favor of the path we are currently following. Then we will expand E next. Suppose
it too ...
Suppose it has only one successor E, which also appears to be three moves
away from a goal. Now /'(E) is 5, the same as /'(C). Suppose we resolve this in
favor of the path we are currently following. Then we will expand E next. Suppose
it too ...
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Suppose, for example, that, in addition to the facts we already have, we add the
following.1 Pompeian(Paulus) >[loyalto(Paulus, Caesar) V hate(Paulus. Caesar
)] In other words, suppose we want to make Paulus an exception to the general ...
Suppose, for example, that, in addition to the facts we already have, we add the
following.1 Pompeian(Paulus) >[loyalto(Paulus, Caesar) V hate(Paulus. Caesar
)] In other words, suppose we want to make Paulus an exception to the general ...
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But suppose we do pick one. Suppose, in particular, that we choose to believe
that Babbitt's brotherinlaw lied. What should be the justification for that belief? If
we believe it just because not believing it leads to a contradiction, then we should
...
But suppose we do pick one. Suppose, in particular, that we choose to believe
that Babbitt's brotherinlaw lied. What should be the justification for that belief? If
we believe it just because not believing it leads to a contradiction, then we should
...
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very poor book for novice.Assumes u already know AI and the language is not at all user friendly.One has to read a sentence repeatedly to get a grasp and some times even then u don't understand.Go for other books much better than this
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not soo good to go for novice
Contenido
What Is Artificial Intelligence?  3 
Problems Problem Spaces and Search  29 
Heuristic Search Techniques  63 
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agents algorithm answer apply approach ARMEMPTY Artificial Intelligence assertions axioms backpropagation backtracking belief bestfirst search breadthfirst search called Chapter chess clauses complete concept conceptual dependency connectionist consider contains corresponding define depthfirst depthfirst search described discussed domain example expert systems fact game tree goal grammar graph heuristic function Hopfield networks important inference initial input instance interpretation justification knowledge base knowledge representation labeled learning Marcus match methods minimax move MYCIN natural language node nonmonotonic object ON(B operators output units parsing particular path perceptron perform possible preconditions predicate logic problem problemsolving procedure produce production system PROLOG propagation question reasoning represent result robot rules script Section semantic sentence shown in Figure simple slot solution solve specific step strategy structure Suppose syntactic task techniques theorem things tree truth maintenance system variables version space weights
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Humancomputer Interaction Alan Dix,Alan John Dix,Janet Finlay,Gregory D. Abowd,Russell Beale Sin vista previa disponible  2003 