Bayesian Artificial Intelligence by Kevin B. Korb and Ann E. Nicholson, Chapman and Hall, 369 pp., $79.95, ISBN 1-58488-387-1

@article{Parsons2004BayesianAI,
  title={Bayesian Artificial Intelligence by Kevin B. Korb and Ann E. Nicholson, Chapman and Hall, 369 pp., \$79.95, ISBN 1-58488-387-1},
  author={Simon Parsons},
  journal={Knowledge Eng. Review},
  year={2004},
  volume={19},
  pages={275-276}
}
The growth of academic fields is an interesting process. It seems to me that most of them follow a similar pattern, at least up to a certain point. They start when a small group of people begin working on a problem, or a set of ideas, that are distinct from those in the mainstream. This group starts meeting to discuss their concern, and this meeting grows into a regular workshop. If there is enough interest in the ideas or problem, the group grows, the workshop turns into a conference, and… CONTINUE READING
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