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By Stuart J. Russell, Peter Norvig

A hugely available, updated specialist reference for programmers, software program engineers, method directors, or technical managers, this publication integrates state of the art AI options into clever agent designs utilizing examples and routines to steer the reader from uncomplicated reactive brokers to complete knowledge-based brokers with ordinary language functions.

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Du Pont had 100 in use and 500 in development, saving an estimated $10 million a year. S. corporation had its own AI group and was either using or investigating expert system technology. In 1981, the Japanese announced the "Fifth Generation" project, a 10-year plan to build intelligent computers running Prolog in much the same way that ordinary computers run machine code. The idea was that with the ability to make millions of inferences per second, computers would be able to take advantage of vast stores of rules.

A large number of different representation languages were developed. Some were based on logic—for example, the Prolog language became popular in Europe, and the PLANNER family in the United States. FRAMES Others, following Minsky's idea of frames (1975), adopted a rather more structured approach, collecting together facts about particular object and event types, and arranging the types into a large taxonomic hierarchy analogous to a biological taxonomy. 24 Chapter 1. Introduction AI becomes an industry (1980-1988) The first successful commercial expert system, Rl, began operation at Digital Equipment Corporation (McDermott, 1982).

In 1879, the same year that Frege launched firstorder logic, Wundt opened the first laboratory of experimental psychology at the University of Leipzig. Wundt insisted on carefully controlled experiments in which his workers would perform a perceptual or associative task while introspecting on their thought processes. The careful controls went a long way to make psychology a science, but as the methodology spread, a curious phenomenon arose: each laboratory would report introspective data that just happened to match the theories tint were popular in that laboratory.

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