An authoritative and accessible one-stop resource, An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence presents the first full examination of AI. Designed to provide an understanding of the foundations of artificial intelligence, it examines the central computational techniques employed by AI, including knowledge representation, search, reasoning, and learning, as well as the principal application domains of expert systems, natural language, vision, robotics, software agents and cognitive modeling. Many of the major philosophical and ethical issues of AI are also introduced. Throughout the volume, the authors provide detailed, well-illustrated treatments of each topic with abundant examples and exercises. The authors bring this exciting field to life by presenting a substantial and robust introduction to artificial intelligence in a clear and concise coursebook form. This book stands as a core text for all computer scientists approaching AI for the first time.For example, if one were developing a fault diagnosis system for a photocopier, the attributes would include the error code displayed, the number of copies required, the paper type, whether the automatic feeder was being used, and so on.
|Title||:||An Introduction To Artificial Intelligence|
|Author||:||Janet Finlay, Alan Dix|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1996-06-27|