Artificial Intelligence— A Modern Approach -- A Review

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Within the past three years, several new AI textbooks have been published, all written by well-known researchers (Dean, Allen, and Aloiminos 1995; Russell and Norvig 1995; Shoham 1994; Ginsberg 1993). Thus, it is not surprising that the authors of each of these textbooks have sought a way to distinguish their own book from the rest. The hook for Stuart… (More)

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@article{Pollack1995ArtificialIA, title={Artificial Intelligence— A Modern Approach -- A Review}, author={Martha E. Pollack}, journal={AI Magazine}, year={1995}, volume={16}, pages={73-74} }