Artificial Intelligence - Agent Behaviour
by William John Teahan
Publisher: BookBoon 2010
Number of pages: 240
This book is the second in a series on Artificial Intelligence. It adopts a behaviour-based approach to the design of agent-oriented systems. Topics covered from a behaviour-based perspective include agent communication, searching, knowledge and reasoning, and intelligence.
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