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By Philippe Jorrand (auth.), Rolf T. Nossum (eds.)

This ebook offers an in-depth remedy of the newest leads to a variety of middle subject matters of AI. Its objective is to make to be had to scholars and practitioners lively in AI these ends up in a sort appropriate for those that are already proficient concerning the fundamentals of AI. The therapy is in instructional shape, and the fabric originates from the sequence of complicated classes in AI which are on a regular basis provided by means of the eu Coordinating Committee for AI. the themes taken care of are studying structures, making plans, automatic Deduction, Qualitative Reasoning, wisdom Engineering, normal Language figuring out, and AI Programming. via examining this ebook the reader will achieve a clearer realizing and higher viewpoint of a quickly evolving field.

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