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Author: Steven L. Tanimoto
ISBN: 0716782308
Subcategory: Computer Science
Pages 559 pages
Publisher Computer Science Press (May 1, 1990)
Language English
Category: IT
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eBook The Elements of Artificial Intelligence Using Common LISP (Principles of Computer Science Series) download

by Steven L. Tanimoto


This version of The Elements of Artifical Intelligence is an introductory overview of AI today and expresses AI theory in programs written with the new standard Common LISP

This version of The Elements of Artifical Intelligence is an introductory overview of AI today and expresses AI theory in programs written with the new standard Common LISP. The book includes discussions of expert systems.

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In this chapter we describe methods for problem solving and reasoning using common sense. We examine three kinds of techniques in particular: case-based reasoning, qualitative reasoning, and temporal reasoning. Case-Based Reasoning In certain professions, the experience of experts is accumulated in units known as cases.

The purpose of this book is to provide an up-to-date and didactically coherent introduction to the principles and programming methods of artificial intelligence. It is appropriate for an undergraduate or first-year graduate course. While it is possible for the student to get acquainted with artificial intelligence in a single quarter or semester, a sequence of two to three quarters or semesters is preferable. The author covers most of the material in two academic quarters at the University of Washington

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This version of "The Elements of Artifical Intelligence" is an introductory overview of AI today and expresses AI theory in programs written with the new standard Common LISP. The programs are short and accessible to the beginner. The book includes discussions of expert systems, vision and knowledge representation.
Gaiauaco
Excellent
Vozuru
Came in excellent condition; however, did not mention software was not included.
Tisicai
I learned to programming Common Lisp using Tanimoto's book (in conjunction with Winston Horn's "Lisp"). The book's writing is superb, and the examples are very well thought out and implemented.
One word of caution: the book was written before the complete standardization of Common Lisp. So some of the functions, such as those specific to I/O and FEXPR will not work on current Common Lisp implementations (such as GCL). But all of these functions can be worked around easily.
I'll still give this book a five star. The book is particularly good for self-study. So I recommend it to any AI enthusiast.
Trash Obsession
Solid old school AI book. A lot of it still relevant today. Should probably be used in conjunction with Artificial Intelligence a Modern Approach or perhaps the more practical Artificial Intelligence a Systems Approach.
Dalarin
The 2nd edition is a real complete book on AI elements.
The book is for undergraduate or first year graduate, and
it is not required a full background in calculs or algebra.
All chapters require a pratice works on lisp example, in order
to be most effective.
Tanimoto written lisp examples prior to the language standardization,
so source codes could be a little re-worked.
Although all text example are based on lisp, it would be easy
to applay theory to other programming language as C/C++, tcl/tk, etc.
Finnaly, the book is "a must" for people real interested on AI.
Morlurne
Tanimoto provides a very broad treatment of AI techniques. As such dicussions are often brief. There is an outstanding section on Computer vision. Knowledge representation is also well covered. The author presents highly idiomatic examples of Lisp code. This book would be ideal for anyone not familiar with AI techniques who wants to do AI research and/or development.