Formal Methods in Artificial Intelligence by Ramsay A.M.

By Ramsay A.M.

Synthetic intelligence has lately became to formal common sense within the look for robust but well-behaved wisdom illustration languages. This e-book covers the heritage of classical common sense, together with the main meta-theorems, and the state-of-the-art in theorem proving together with Bibel's connection technique. additionally coated are the complicated variations of classical good judgment now getting used in man made intelligence - temporal and modal logics, cause upkeep and intensional good judgment. First released in 1988, the booklet covers a much broader diversity of themes than the at the moment on hand books during this quarter, and is extra without delay aimed toward staff in man made intelligence.

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