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Thinking Networks: The Large and Small of it

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Thinking Networks: The Large and Small of it
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ISBN/ASIN: 1440433275
ISBN-13: 9781440433276
Number of pages: 246

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This book describes different aspects of knowledge-based networks and is both important and timely for future Internet/mobile-based information networks. This book combines Artificial Intelligence, service-based systems and distributed knowledge management. It hopes to give a broad overview and introduction to various aspects of related networks, describing existing mechanisms for representing and using such systems.

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