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Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming

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Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming
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Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann
Number of pages: 948

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This book is concerned with three related topics: the field of artificial intelligence, or AI; the skill of computer programming; and the programming language Common Lisp. Careful readers of this book can expect to come away with an appreciation of the major questions and techniques of AI, an understanding of some important AI programs, and an ability to read, modify, and create programs using Common Lisp.

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