Foundation Of Artificial Intelligence And Expert Systems by V. S. Janakiraman, K. Sarukesi, P. Gopalakrishnan
Among the first Indian books on artificial intelligence (AI) and expert systems, this volume covers all facets of the subject in a lucid and coherent manner. The subject matter meets the complete syllabus requirements of AI at the graduate and post-graduate levels. The contents have been divided into six parts. The first part consists of an introduction to AI and Japanese fifth generation computer systems, while the second part deals with the basics of AI, such as search process, game playing, logic, knowledge representation and non-monotonic reasoning systems. The third part comprises application areas such as robotics, natural language processing and computer vision. The fourth part is devoted to expert systems and knowledge engineering. The fifth part constitutes AI programming languages (LISP, PROLOG) and the architecture for AI. The final part presents an integrated, real-life case study covering all the related managerial aspects.
This book will prove useful not only to students of engineering, science and management but also to practising professionals.
Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for engineering, science and management Students.
Table of Contents:
1. Concept Of Artificial Intelligence
2 An Overview Of Japanese Fifth Generation Computer Systems
3 The Search Process
4 Game Playing
6 Knowledge Representation
7 Non-Monotonic, Probabilistic, Certainty And Fuzzy Based Reasoning Systems
9 Natural Language Processing
10 Computer Vision
11 Introduction To Expert Systems
12 Knowledge Engineering
13 Successful Expert Systems
15 Logic Programming And Prolog
16 Artificial Intelligence Machines
17 Artificial Intelligence In Industry - A Case Study Of Ganapathy Ram Tyres Ltd.