by Ivan F Wilde
Publisher: King's College London 2009
Number of pages: 126
These notes are based on lectures given some years ago in the Mathematics Department at King's College London (as part of the MSc programme in Information Processing and Neural Networks). An attempt has been made to present a reasonably logical (mathematical) account of some of the basic ideas of the "artificial intelligence" aspects of the subject.
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