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AI—A multiple book review

Ulrich Furbach
2003 Artificial Intelligence  
The books addressed in this review all were published in the second half of the nineties: • AI: Theory and Practice.  ...  This review is written from the perspective of a researcher, who only has a limited view on the extremely broad spectrum of AI.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0004-3702(03)00011-0 fatcat:emb5e3rzzjbo5iqlooi3h34e6a

A Message to Readers

B. Chandrasekaran
2000 The AI Magazine  
Since AI is such a large area, the odds are that AI Magazine's coverage is even more spotty with respect to the list of important books in our multiple subareas.  ...  Sometimes a book ostensibly deals with a subarea of AI, but a discerning reviewer might be able to relate its concerns to the larger concerns of AI.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v21i1.1489 dblp:journals/aim/Chandrasekaran00 fatcat:wubagz7lgfbanouhcis6pog6vi

Introduction to the Special Review Issue

Don Perlis, Peter Norvig
2005 Artificial Intelligence  
Collection review (multiple reviews of one book). 3. Field review (a survey/synthesis/commentary on a subfield of AI or related discipline). 4. Web review (a review of one or more AI websites). 5.  ...  Software review (a review of one or more pieces of AI software). Collection reviews typically include a response from the author, but there could be an author response in any category.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.artint.2005.10.001 fatcat:jh5paxfpwbhlzl7rkmgtg4asha

Multiagent Systems: A Modern Approach to Distributed Artificial Intelligence

Julie A. Adams
2001 The AI Magazine  
AI MAGAZINEBook Reviews  ...  This book provides a clear, well-integrated introduction to multiagent systems and distributed AI. A student with even a brief introduction to AI can read this book and understand the contents.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v22i2.1567 dblp:journals/aim/Adams01 fatcat:jzn3bnx7s5fjpc6uvgempxlhki

IJCAI Policy Statement: IJCAI Policy on Multiple Publication of Papers

Alan Bundy
1989 The AI Magazine  
We also implicitly assumed that all AI journals and the proceedings of AAAI conferences and similar national and international AI conferences were also archival publications.  ...  It seems generally accepted in scientific circles that a particular scientific achievement should be described in a single definitive paper and that this paper should be published in only one archival  ...  He is a trustee of IJCAI Inc. and was the chair of the trustees 1985-87. The AI Review pages, 8-1/2 by 11 inches.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v10i1.731 dblp:journals/aim/Bundy89 fatcat:e6q4te65fzcs7mupy7ihz4hhi4

Logics for artificial intelligence

Manton Matthews
1988 International Journal of Approximate Reasoning  
When I received a copy of this book for review I was delighted.  ...  A glance at the table of contents revealed a good coverage of topics. Chapters on modal, multiple valued, non-monotonic, temporal, and fuzzy logics were included as to be expected.  ...  With a proper editing job and a little updating, I think that it would be quite a useful text for AI students and researchers. I anxiously await the second edition.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0888-613x(88)90007-2 fatcat:unrzdxaerzcbbpbcvdgzsl23gm

Artificial Intelligence for Microcomputers: The Guide for Business Decision Makers - Book Review

T. R. Vogel
1986 The AI Magazine  
EXSYS is just one example of the type of software reviewed in this book.  ...  The remainder of the book is devoted to a review of some of the existing AI software products for microcomputers, such as natural language query systems, decision support systems, expert system development  ...  But here we run up against a dilemma that all introductory AI books must face: whether to include complete listings of AI programs.  ... 
dblp:journals/aim/Vogel86 fatcat:cjtj2pslhve33o4ilkwsrmqavq

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence - Book Review

Ernest R. Tello
1986 The AI Magazine  
EXSYS is just one example of the type of software reviewed in this book.  ...  The remainder of the book is devoted to a review of some of the existing AI software products for microcomputers, such as natural language query systems, decision support systems, expert system development  ...  But here we run up against a dilemma that all introductory AI books must face: whether to include complete listings of AI programs.  ... 
dblp:journals/aim/Tello86 fatcat:l5xrzto74vckhfmgbqqu6gukf4

Review of Machine Intelligence: A Critique of Arguments Against the Possibility of Artificial Intelligence

Achim G. Hoffmann
1990 The AI Magazine  
Although I haven't seen this book, given my positive views about the book under review, I believe that this new text will also be a pleasure to read.  ...  The book reviews and critiques the major lines of argument in Dreyfus's book What Computers Can't Do (New York: Harper & Row, 1972) .  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v11i4.863 dblp:journals/aim/Hoffman90 fatcat:7cqmnaqd2reezd7d4uqemo2phu

Review of Actors: A Model of Concurrent Computation in Distributed Systems

Varol Akman
1990 The AI Magazine  
Although I haven't seen this book, given my positive views about the book under review, I believe that this new text will also be a pleasure to read.  ...  The book reviews and critiques the major lines of argument in Dreyfus's book What Computers Can't Do (New York: Harper & Row, 1972) .  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v11i4.861 dblp:journals/aim/Akman90 fatcat:4pyfur2skrdhphurcavitwobxe

Review of Simple Minds

Lee A. Gladwin
1990 The AI Magazine  
Although I haven't seen this book, given my positive views about the book under review, I believe that this new text will also be a pleasure to read.  ...  The book reviews and critiques the major lines of argument in Dreyfus's book What Computers Can't Do (New York: Harper & Row, 1972) .  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v11i4.862 dblp:journals/aim/Gladwin90a fatcat:6vjp3hk7rrf5tpo6jfghuvoscq

Book Review – 2021

Jane Andrews, Saswati Chaudhuri, Lingwang Kong, Moira Sarsfield
2021 Journal of Interactive Media in Education  
The following publication contains book reviews of these titles:  ...  Assessment of learning is considered only briefly, although it is a key component of AIED.  ...  However, in my opinion, their aim of presenting a balanced assessment has not been entirely achieved, especially in the discussion of AIED tools.  ... 
doi:10.5334/jime.721 fatcat:tdww2vyeqfa6bgjf3jnl3rtodq

Review of Intelligent Scheduling

Steve A. Chien
1995 The AI Magazine  
As a guide to current methods in AI-based scheduling, the book is an excellent reference.  ...  Intelligent Scheduling is a system-oriented book on scheduling systems.  ...  Another strength of the book is its balance between breadth and depth in covering AI scheduling techniques.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v16i2.1141 dblp:journals/aim/Chien95 fatcat:yuchg552yfavje3cqtqs3fuq7u

Book Reviews

1979 International Archives of Allergy and Immunology  
Paul Kallós, Helsingborg 472 Book Reviews  ...  Gershon deals in a stimulating contribution with the role of suppressor T cells, Talal with AI in lymphoid malignancies. /. F. Bach et al. review the role of 'thymic hormones' in AI. /. R.  ...  However, the detailed and expertly written reviews concerning research up to 1975 will be of great value for all workers in these areas and those, who intend to enter them.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000232298 fatcat:zi4z6lnccraujmebh5jpbd6zsa

The Psychological Approach to Artificial Intelligence

Richard B. Millward
1982 Contemporary Psychology  
One reason, given by Newell (1981) in his review of another AI book, Nilsson’s Principles of Artificial Intelligence (1980), is that AI “tools are indispensable for psychology to under- stand how information  ...  Why should psychologists be inter- ested in an AI book?  ... 
doi:10.1037/021044 fatcat:nbadioyzwjcgxbv4dx37gtuexe
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