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Nilsson N. "Principles of artificial intelligence"

Describes fundamental issues of artificial intelligence underlying many applications to natural language processing, automatic programming, intelligent systems, information extraction, expert systems and action planning. It is shown that the most modern systems of artificial intelligence (AI) can be described in the form of a global database to which rules are applied and outputs of the control unit in an AI system enables the study of a variety of mechanisms for the use in the computational process additional information about the subject, ensuring the ultimate effective solution of problems of real complexity. Numerous examples and programs explaining and detailing the overall approach to maximize the use of knowledge in solving problems.

the Author is a well-known American scientist, the supervisor of artificial intelligence at the Stanford research Institute, system developer STRIPS, intended for Autonomous robot control.

For researchers specializing in the field of artificial intelligence.

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