This valuable guide covers a range of real-world AI applications through the use of Turbo Prolog language, showing users how to take full advantage of its capabilities. Fully explains AI concepts in terms of Turbo Prolog, and develops in detail the individual areas of AI, showing readers how each concept is applied through numerous realistic examples, including the development of natural language processors, workable expert systems, and knowledge structures. This work is authoritative and technically accurate, yet is written in a style that will appeal to novices as well as experienced programmers. Features an optional disk, available through the authors.
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Buchbeschreibung John Wiley & Sons Inc., New York, Chichester, Brisbane, 1988. Sprache: Deutsch Broschur gr. 8;; 262 S.; das Buch ist in einem fast sehr guten Zustand; - If you are ready to go beyond the basics of the Turbo Prolog manual, to a whole new world of AI programming opportunities, heres the book for you—the book that fulfills the critics promise of Turbo Prolog as the future of AI computer applications. Artificial Intelligence Programming With Turbo Prolog combines AI concepts with Turbo Prolog programming principles to help you develop a high level of AI programming proficiency. Laced with practical programming examples, it explains actual AI toolbox techniques for writing useful, affordable Turbo Prolog-based AI programs on your own, including: • How to develop expert systems and inference engines • How to program with logic and rules • How to use the natural language processing capabilities of Turbo Prolog • How to use basic knowledge structures to develop AI applications Artificial Intelligence Programming With Turbo Prolog. A practical, example-filled guide for those who know how to use AI and now want to put that knowledge to good use. KEITH WEISKAMP and TERRY HENGL are founders of PC AL The Artificial Intelligence Journal of Personal Computing. Formerly Mr. Weiskamp and Mr. Hengl were engineers for the Aerospace and Marine Division of Sperry Corporation, Phoenix, Arizona. - - -. Artikel-Nr. 1042216AB