Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems (Mercury Learning)
Wednesday, 15 September 2021

This book is designed to identify some of the current applications and techniques of artificial intelligence as an aid to solving problems and accomplishing tasks. I. Gupta and G. Nagpal provide a general introduction to the various branches of AI which include formal logic, reasoning, knowledge engineering, expert systems, neural networks, and fuzzy logic.

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Author: I. Gupta and G. Nagpal
Publisher: Mercury Learning and Information
Date: April 2020
Pages: 412
ISBN: 978-1683925071
Print: 1683925076
Kindle: ‎ B087785GZM
Audience: Developers interested in AI
Level: Intermediate
Category: Artificial Intelligence

 

  • Introduces the various branches of AI which include formal logic, reasoning, knowledge engineering, expert systems, neural networks, and fuzzy logic, etc.
  • Includes a separate chapter on Prolog to introduce basic programming techniques in AI

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