Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 1987, 412 pages
With Herbert Schildt's newest book, you can add a powerful dimension to your C programs — artificial intelligence.
Schildt, a programming expert and author of seven Osborne books, shows C programmers how to use AI techniques that have traditionally been implemented with Prolog and LISP.
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Each chapter develops practical examples that can be used in the construction of AI applications.
If you are building expert systems in C, this book contains a complete expert system that can be easily adapted to your needs. And Schildt provides valuable insights for even greater command of the systems you create.
This is not an especially intelligent book. Please put it out of its misery. RIP.