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Artificial intelligence / Earl B. Hunt.

New York : Academic Press, 1975.
ISBN 0123623405, 9780123623409

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Subjects Artificial Intelligence.
Artificial intelligence.
Intelligence artificielle.
Kunstmatige intelligentie.
Künstliche Intelligenz.
démonstration théorème.
intelligence artificielle.
reconnaissance forme.
résolution problème.
Series Academic Press series in cognition and perception.
Description xii, 468 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1975.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 446-457).
Also issued online.
Contents I. Introduction. The scope of artificial intelligence -- Programming, program structure, and computability -- II. Pattern recognition. General considerations in pattern recognition -- Pattern classification and recognition methods based on Euclidean description spaces -- Non-Euclidean parallel procedures : the perceptron -- Sequential pattern recognition -- Grammatical pattern classification -- Feature extraction -- III. Theorem proving and problem solving. Computer manipulable representations in problem solving -- Graphic representations in problem solving -- Heuristic problem-solving programs -- Theorem proving -- IV. Comprehension. Computer perception -- Question answering -- Comprehension of natural language -- Review and prospectus.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)983937
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