The Handbook of Artificial Intelligence, 3 Volume Set

The Handbook of Artificial Intelligence, 3 Volume Set By Avron Barr, Edward A. Feigenbaum
Publisher: Wil.lia.m Kau.fma.nn 1982 | 616 Pages | ISBN: 0865760047 | DJVU | 13 mb

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE is a branch of computer scienceā€?the study of the relation between computation and cognition. Research in AI involves writing programs that attempt to achieve some kind of intelligent behavior.

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