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Artificial Intelligence

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8 May 2003

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This project is a modern introduction to AI suitable for both students and those wishing to gain a practical understanding of AI for use in their work. It describes the background history to AI, clarifies what the goals of...

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This project is a modern introduction to AI suitable for both students and those wishing to gain a practical understanding of AI for use in their work. It describes the background history to AI, clarifies what the goals of AI are, and assesses current technology.There has been significant growth in real-world applications in recent years, e.g. detection of credit card fraud, building robots for industrial tasks and entertainment, securing networks from hackers, making characters in computer games behave more human like. This book introduces the techniques used in these real-world applications. All chapters include a range of exercises and suggested project work. Website support and an on-line solutions manual will also be available.

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Provides a modern perspective on Artificial Intelligence
Up-to-date with current trends in the field
Related to real-world applications
Includes a range of exercises and suggested project work
Lucidly written
Suitable for students without strong backgrounds in maths

Preface
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION Introduction
PART TWO: LOGIC AND SEARCH Logic 
Search
Automating Logical Reasoning
PART THREE: UNCERTAINTY Bayesian Networks I
Bayesian Networks II
Other Approaches to Uncertainty
PART FOUR: DECIDING ON ACTIONS Decision Networks Planning I
Planning II
PART FIVE: LEARNING Introduction to Learning
Decision Tree Learning
Inductive Logic Programming
Reinforcement Learning
Neural Networks I
Neural Networks II
Genetic Algorithms
PART SIX: NATURAL LANGUAGE UNDERSTANDING AND PERCEPTION Natural Language Processing I
Natural Language Processing II
Speech Processing
Vision
PART SEVEN: AGENTS, PHILOSOPHY AND APPLICATIONS Agents
Philosophy of AI
Some Applications of AI
Appendix A A Quick Tour of Prolog
Bibliography
Index.
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ROB CALLAN is a Technical Consultant specialising in artificial intelligence and pattern recognition. This will be his fourth book and his third major textbook, having previously written for Prentice Hall, Letts and OUP. He lectured in artificial intelligence for a number of years before returning to the aerospace industry.

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ROB CALLAN is a Technical Consultant specialising in artificial intelligence and pattern recognition. This will be his fourth book and his third major textbook, having previously written for Prentice Hall, Letts and OUP. He lectured in artificial intelligence for a number of years before returning to the aerospace industry.

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