Workers for the past 25 years in this discipline have tried to reproduce human behaviour on computers. This book presents a survey of their achievements and the problems they still face. Each chapter is written by a researcher on subject and include coverage of such topics as: computer vision, speech processing, robotics, natural language processing, expert systems and machine learning. This book should be of interest to computer scientists and engineers interested in artificial intelligence.
The author provides important logical structures in artificial intelligence. Logic is the most common method of AI. Facts, rules, consequences, automated theorem proving, logic programming and natural language applications are all referenced by Yazdani. AI aims to generate more productive associations between critical items of data at little cost. An intelligent AI system looks for symmetries, patterns and analogies for … more