Advanced Artificial Intelligence by Zhongzhi Shi

By Zhongzhi Shi

Synthetic intelligence is a department of computing device technological know-how and a self-discipline within the research of laptop intelligence, that's, constructing clever machines or clever platforms imitating, extending and augmenting human intelligence via man made skill and methods to achieve clever habit. complex man made Intelligence contains sixteen chapters. The content material of the publication is novel, displays the learn updates during this box, and particularly summarizes the author's medical efforts over decades. The ebook discusses the equipment and key expertise from idea, set of rules, approach and functions regarding synthetic intelligence. This ebook might be considered as a textbook for senior scholars or graduate scholars within the info box and similar tertiary specialities. it's also compatible as a reference publication for correct medical and technical body of workers.

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Accordingly, knowledge on behavior or action is important for intelligent systems. Compared with various static elements of logic, action is distinguished by the fact that the execution of actions will affect properties of intelligent systems. Representation and reasoning about actions are classical topics in the study of artificial intelligence; many problems, such as the frame problem and the qualification problem, were put forward and well studied. Many logic systems, such as the dynamic logic and the dynamic description logic, were also proposed.

1 A Horn clause is a clause that contains at most one literal (proposition / predicate) at the head. Horn clauses in Prolog can be separated into three groups: (1) Clauses without conditions (facts): (2) Clauses with conditions (rules): A. A :- B1, …, Bn. (3) Goal clauses (queries): ? :- B1,…,Bn. Semantics of above Horn clauses is informally described as follows: (1) The clause A states that A is true for any assignments on variables. (2) The clause A :- B1,…,Bn states that for any assignments on variables: if B1,…, and Bn are evaluated to be true, then A must also be true.

Through approaches such as causal ordering and compositional modeling, functionalities and behaviors of the real physical systems can be qualitatively represented. Typical qualitative reasoning techniques include: QDE (qualitative differential equation) based modeling and reasoning by Johan de Kleer, process-centered modeling and reasoning by Kenneth Forbus, and constraint-centered qualitative simulation by Benjamin Kuipers. Combined approaches of quantitative and qualitative reasoning will make great impact to scientific decision making of expert systems.

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