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Artificial Intelligence Illuminated

Artificial Intelligence Illuminated Image

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Publisher:Jones & Bartlett Learning
Category: Jones and Bartlett
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Edition:1
ISBN-10:0763732303
ISBN-13:9780763732301
Pages:739
Published:
Posted:Jun 30 2016
Language:English
Book format:PDF
Book size:5.34 MB

Book Description:

Artificial Intelligence Illuminated presents an overview of the background and history of artificial intelligence, emphasizing its importance in todays society and potential for the future. The book covers a range of AI techniques, algorithms, and methodologies, including game playing, intelligent agents, machine learning, genetic algorithms, and Artificial Life. Material is presented in a lively and accessible manner and the author focuses on explaining how AI techniques relate to and are derived from natural systems, such as the human brain and evolution, and explaining how the artificial equivalents are used in the real world. Each chapter includes student exercises and review questions, and a detailed glossary at the end of the book defines important terms and concepts highlighted throughout the text.

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