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Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems

  • Dan W. Patterson
  • Author: Dan W. Patterson
    • ISBN:9789332551947
    • 10 Digit ISBN:9332551944
    • Price:Rs. 519.00
    • Pages:464
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available

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    This text provides comprehensive treatment of all important topics in artificial intelligence and expert systems - presented from a knowledge based systems approach. The text covers the knowledge and knowledge representation methods in both breadth and detail, with many examples, covers the latest results in all key areas of AI, including knowledge representation, pattern matching, natural language processing, computer vision, memory organization, pattern recognition, expert systems, neural networks, AI tools and machine learning. throughout. The book provides chapter introductions and chapter summaries.

    Table of Content

    Part 1: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence - Overview of Artificial Intelligence
    Knowledge: General Concepts
    LISP and Other AI Programming Languages
    Part 2: Knowledge Representation - Formalized Symbolic Logics
    Dealing with Inconsistencies and Uncertainties
    Probabilistic Reasoning
    Structured Knowledge: Graphs, Frames and Related Structures
    Object Oriented Representations
    Part 3: Knowledge Organization and Manipulation - Search and Control Strategies
    Matching Techniques
    Knowledge Organization and Management
    Part 4: Perception, Communication and Expert Systems - Natural Language Processing
    Pattern Recognition
    Visual Image Understanding
    Expert Systems Architectures
    Part 5: Knowledge Acquisition - General Concepts in Knowledge Acquisition
    Early Work in Machine Learning
    Learning by Induction
    Examples of Other Inductive Learners
    Analogical and Explanation Based Learning

    Salient Features