Building Expert Systems in Prolog
by Dennis Merritt
Publisher: Amzi! inc. 2000
Number of pages: 358
This book is designed to teach you how to build expert systems from the inside out. The author presents the various features used in expert systems, shows how to implement them in Prolog, and how to use them to solve problems.
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Hitherto, knowledge of how to use Prolog for serious programming has largely been communicated by word of mouth. This textbook sets down and explains for the first time in an accessible form the deeper principles and techniques of Prolog programming.
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