Re: Looking for good AI books.

Ian (iadmontg@undergrad.math.uwaterloo.ca)
Tue, 26 Oct 1999 20:11:22 +0200 (MET DST)

"Ryan T. Rhea" <ryan420@earthling.net> wrote:

>I am currently undertaking a research project on AI and the state of the
>field of machine learning.

One of the better introductory textbooks to AI, which doesn't rely on you
possessing large volumes of background, is "Artificial Intelligence: A
Modern Approach" by Russell and Norvig. It's a good survey book written in
95, the sort of thing you should have to help you figure out what to look
for in terms of specific things. The associated web site also has one of
the best sets of AI links out there.

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