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Simply Logical: Intelligent Reasoning by Example

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Simply Logical: Intelligent Reasoning by Example
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Publisher: John Wiley
ISBN/ASIN: 0471941522
ISBN-13: 9780471941521
Number of pages: 247

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An introduction to Prolog programming for artificial intelligence covering both basic and advanced AI material. A unique advantage to this work is the combination of AI, Prolog and Logic. Each technique is accompanied by a program implementing it. Seeks to simplify the basic concepts of logic programming. Contains exercises and authentic examples to help facilitate the understanding of difficult concepts.

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