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PostPosted: Thu May 20, 2004 5:23 pm    Post subject: Artificial Intelligence - a modern approach

Russell-Norvig, Prentice-Hall 1995
New book. The subtitle "a modern approach" makes me wonder though... as if it's needed to distinguish itself from similar books with subtitles like "a boring approach", "a totally outdated approach" and so on. I'll get over it, don't worry. (Added october 2000)

(11/2002): Hmmm.... I think I gave it away to somebody.


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PostPosted: Mon May 24, 2004 10:37 am    Post subject: I wonder to whom you gave it?

Since you did indeed give it away, maybe I should be the one to review the book.

I have not read an extensive amount of books pertaining to Artificial Intelligence, but the view I get from this book simply screams "text-book". A wide variety of subjects, touched apon just enough so that the reader can get his feet wet. For a more indepth reading on the specifics of Artificial Intelligence one might want to grab a book that singles out one subject of AI and concentrates on it.

I did however like this book very much. Easy reading with a good capacity to keep me interested. Broadened my horizons on AI a bit, but not enough to where I can sit down a program a Neural Net.

-KiM


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Makes me wonder if I shouldn't borrow it from you sometime.
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