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Practical Artificial Intelligence Programming in Java

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Practical Artificial Intelligence Programming in Java
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Publisher: Lulu.com
Number of pages: 222

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This Open Content book covers AI programming techniques using Java. The latest version has a completed new chapter on statistical natural language processing and a new section on embedded expert systems, and a new chapter on spam detection. This is not the original book written for Morgan Kaufman Publishers. This book contains all new material.

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