e-books in Artificial Intelligence category
by Giuseppe Riva - De Gruyter Open , 2014
The experience of interacting with the newest Virtual Reality technologies is affected by the extent to which we feel ourselves to be 'present' in computer-generated worlds. This volume provides an introduction to the topic of mediated presence.
by Andrea Gaggioli, et al. - De Gruyter Open Ltd , 2016
Human computer confluence is a research area aimed at developing an effective, transparent, bidirectional communication between humans and computers, which has the potential to enable new forms of sensing, perception, interaction, and understanding.
by Ahmed Rebai (ed.) - InTech , 2010
Bayesian networks are a general tool that can be used for a large number of problems involving uncertainty: reasoning, learning, planning and perception. This is a collection of contributions to the methodology and applications of Bayesian networks.
by Rebecca E. Skinner - UC Berkeley , 2012
'Building the Second Mind' is a history of the origins of AI. AI, the field that seeks to do things that would be considered intelligent if a human being did them, was developed as a general concept over centuries - it is a constant of human thought.
by Cecilia Sik Lanyi (ed.) - InTech , 2014
Virtual Reality has high impact not only on research but on our daily living as well. This book has an aim to present applications, trends and newest development in three main disciplines: health sector, education and industry.
by Bill Hibbard - arXiv , 2014
This book analyzes the issues of ethical artificial intelligence. The behavior of future AI systems can be described by mathematical equations, which are adapted to analyze possible unintended AI behaviors and ways that AI designs can avoid them.
by Antonio Lieto, Marco Cruciani (eds) - University of Torino , 2013
This book of Proceedings contains the accepted papers of the first International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Cognition (AIC13). The scientific motivation resides on the growing impact between Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence.
by Mike Sharples, et al. - A Bradford Book , 1989
The aim of this book is to introduce people with little or no computing background to artificial intelligence (AI) and cognitive science. It emphasizes the psychological, social, and philosophical implications of artificial intelligence.
by Karl T. Ulrich - University of Pennsylvania , 2011
Design is conceiving and giving form to artifacts that solve problems. I use artifact in a broad sense to describe any product of intentional creation, including physical goods, services, software, graphics, buildings, landscapes, and processes.
by Gregg Schaffter , 2013
With the increase in development of technology, there is research of human-like artificial intelligence that can be self-aware and act just like humans. This book explores how we may be close to developing a true artificially intelligent being.
by Xin-Xing Tang (ed.) - InTech , 2012
Virtual reality has impact on information organization and management and even changes design principle of information systems, which will make it adapt to application requirements. The book aims to provide a broader perspective of virtual reality.
by Ray Kurzweil - The MIT Press , 1992
Visionary computer scientist Raymond Kurzweil probes the past, present, and future of artificial intelligence, from its earliest philosophical and mathematical roots to tantalizing glimpses of 21st-century machines with superior intelligence.
by David Poole, Alan Mackworth - Cambridge University Press , 2010
A book about the science of artificial intelligence, it presents AI as the study of the design of intelligent computational agents. The book is structured as a textbook, but it is accessible to a wide audience of professionals and researchers.
by Andras Kornai , 2002
The book introduces the mathematical foundations of linguistics to computer scientists, engineers, and mathematicians. The book presents linguistics as a cumulative body of knowledge from the ground up: no prior knowledge of linguistics is assumed.
by Wei Zhang - InTech , 2010
Fault diagnosis technology is a synthetic technology, which relates to several subjects: modern control theory, reliability theory, mathematical statistics, fussy set theory, information handling, pattern recognition and artificial intelligence.
by Yoav Shoham, Kevin Leyton-Brown - Cambridge University Press , 2008
Multiagent systems consist of multiple autonomous entities having different information and diverging interests. This comprehensive introduction to the field offers a computer science perspective, but also draws on ideas from game theory.
by Felix Jesus Villanueva Molina - InTech , 2010
In this book we analyze a selection of open problems which we consider the key ones in order to let ambient intelligence become a reality. This book provides the reader with a good idea about the current research lines in ambient intelligence.
by George K Matsopoulos - InTech , 2010
Contents: Learning the Number of Clusters in Self Organizing Map; Neural-Network Enhanced Visualization of High-Dimensional Data; SOM-based Applications in Remote Sensing; Segmentation of Satellite Images Using SOM; Face Recognition Using SOM; etc.
by Vedran Kordic - InTech , 2010
The field of multi agent systems investigates the process underlying distributed problem solving and designs some protocols and mechanisms involved in this process. This book presents an overview of the research issues in the field of multi agents.
by William John Teahan - BookBoon , 2010
This book is the first in a series on Artificial Intelligence. It provides an introduction to the topic with an emphasis on the use of agent-oriented design. Topics include agents, environments, agent movement, and agent embodiment.
by William John Teahan - BookBoon , 2010
This book adopts a behaviour-based approach to the design of agent-oriented systems. The topics covered from a behaviour-based perspective include agent communication, searching, knowledge and reasoning, and intelligence.
by Nils J. Nilsson - Cambridge University Press , 2009
Artificial intelligence is a field within computer science that is attempting to build enhanced intelligence into computer systems. This book traces the history of the subject, from the eighteenth-century pioneers to the work of today-s AI engineers.
by Al-Dahoud Ali - InTech , 2010
This book will take its readers on a stunning voyage of computational intelligence heuristics research and applications. Computational intelligence techniques are covered, ranging from neural networks, fuzzy logic, genetic algorithms, etc.
by Neil C. Rowe - Prentice-Hall , 1988
Artificial intelligence is a hard subject to learn. The author have written a book to make it easier. He explains difficult concepts in a simple, concrete way. This book is intended for all first courses in artificial intelligence.
by Edward Tsang - Academic Press , 1993
This book was the first attempt to define the field of constraint satisfaction. It covers both the theoretical and the implementation aspects of the subject. It provides a framework for studying this field and relates different research.
by Felix T.S. Chan, Manoj K. Tiwari - InTech , 2007
Motivated by the capability of the biologically inspired algorithms, the book aims to present recent developments in optimization with swarm intelligence techniques. The book also presents some selected representative case studies.
by Eugene M. Izhikevich, at al. - Scholarpedia , 2009
Encyclopedia of Computational Intelligence covers neural networks, evolutionary computation, robotics, machine learning and pattern recognition, graphs and complexity, artificial intelligence, information theory, fuzzy systems, signal analysis, etc.
by J. Sheehan, M. Sosna - University of California Press , 1991
To the age-old debate over what it means to be human, the relatively new fields of sociobiology and artificial intelligence bring new insights. What have these two fields in common? Have they affected the way we define humanity?
by Jimmy Or - IN-TECH , 2008
An overview of state of the art research in Affective Computing. It presents new ideas, original results and practical experiences in this increasingly important research field. The book consists of 23 chapters categorized into four sections.
by M. Khoshnevisan, S. Bhattacharya, F. Smarandache - Xiquan , 2003
The purpose of this book is to apply the Artificial Intelligence and control systems to different real models. The text is designed for graduate students and researchers who are active in the applications of AI and Control Systems in modeling.
by Lawrence Hunter - AAAI Press , 1993
A current sampling of AI approaches to problems of biological significance. The text covers genetic sequence analysis, protein structure representation and prediction, automated data analysis aids, and simulation of biological systems.
by David Moursund - University of Oregon , 2006
This book is designed to help teachers learn about the educational implications of current uses of Artificial Intelligence as an aid to solving problems and accomplishing tasks. The text is designed for self-study or for use in workshops.