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Artificial intelligence : a modern approach / Stuart J. Russell and Peter Norvig

By: Russell, Stuart Jonathan [autor]Contributor(s): Norvig, Peter [autor]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Pearson series in artificial intelligencePublisher: Nueva Jersey : Pearson Education Inc., 2021Copyright date: ©2003Edition: Cuarta ediciónDescription: xvii, 1115 páginas : ilustraciones, gráficas ; 26 cmContent type: texto Media type: sinmedición Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9780134610993; 0134610997Subject(s): Inteligencia artificial -- Enseñanza | Inteligencia de negocios | Aprendizaje automático (Inteligencia Artificial) | Procesamiento de datos en línea | Robótica | Cambio tecnológicoDDC classification: 006.3
Contents:
I. Artificial intelligence: 1. Introduction ; 2. Intelligent agents ; II. Problem-solving: 3. Solving problems by searching ; 4. Search in complex environments ; 5. Adversarial search and games ; 6. Constraint satisfaction problems ; III. Knowledge, reasoning, and planning: 7. Logical Agents ; 8. First-order logic ; 9. Inference in First-order logic ; 10. Knowledge representation ; 11. Automated planning ; IV Uncertain knowledge and reasoning: 12. Quantifying uncertainty ; 13. Probabilistic reasoning ; 14. Probabilistic reasoning over time ; 15. Probabilistic programming ; 16. Making simple decisions ; 17. Making complex decisions ; 18. Multiagent decision making ; V. Machine learning: 19. Learning from examples ; 20. Learning probabilistic models ; 21. Deep learning ; 22. Reinforcement learning ; VI. Communicating, perceiving, and acting: 23. Natural language processing ; 24. Deep learning for natural language processing ; 25 Computer vision ; Robotics ; VII. Conclusions: 27. Philosophy, ethics, and safety of AI ; 28. The future of AI.
Abstract: Artificial Intelligence ( AI ) is a big field, and this is a big book. We have tried to explore the full breadth of the field, which encompasses logic, probability, and continuous mathemat ics; perception, reasoning, learning, and action; fairness, trust, social good, and safety ; and applications that range from microelectronic devices to robotic planetary explorers to online services with billions of users. The subtitle of this book is "A Modern Approach." That means we have chosen to tell the story from a current perspective. We synthesize what is now known into a common framework, recasting early work using the ideas and terminology that are prevalent today. We apologize to those whose subfields are, as a result, less recognizable. The main unifying theme is the idea of an intelligent agent. We define AI as the study of agents that receive percepts from the environment and perform actions. Each such agent implements a function that maps percept sequences to actions , and we cover different ways to represent these functions, such as reactive agents, real - time planners, decision-theoretic systems, and deep learning systems. We emphasize learning both as a construction method for competent systems and as a way of extending the reach of the designer into unknown environments. We treat robotics and vision not as independently defined problems, but as occurring in the service of achieving goals. We stress the importance of the task environment in determining the appropriate agent design. editor
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I. Artificial intelligence: 1. Introduction ; 2. Intelligent agents ; II. Problem-solving: 3. Solving problems by searching ; 4. Search in complex environments ; 5. Adversarial search and games ; 6. Constraint satisfaction problems ; III. Knowledge, reasoning, and planning: 7. Logical Agents ; 8. First-order logic ; 9. Inference in First-order logic ; 10. Knowledge representation ; 11. Automated planning ; IV Uncertain knowledge and reasoning: 12. Quantifying uncertainty ; 13. Probabilistic reasoning ; 14. Probabilistic reasoning over time ; 15. Probabilistic programming ; 16. Making simple decisions ; 17. Making complex decisions ; 18. Multiagent decision making ; V. Machine learning: 19. Learning from examples ; 20. Learning probabilistic models ; 21. Deep learning ; 22. Reinforcement learning ; VI. Communicating, perceiving, and acting: 23. Natural language processing ; 24. Deep learning for natural language processing ; 25 Computer vision ; Robotics ; VII. Conclusions: 27. Philosophy, ethics, and safety of AI ; 28. The future of AI.

Artificial Intelligence ( AI ) is a big field, and this is a big book. We have tried to explore the full breadth of the field, which encompasses logic, probability, and continuous mathemat ics; perception, reasoning, learning, and action; fairness, trust, social good, and safety ; and applications that range from microelectronic devices to robotic planetary explorers to online services with billions of users. The subtitle of this book is "A Modern Approach." That means we have chosen to tell the story from a current perspective. We synthesize what is now known into a common framework, recasting early work using the ideas and terminology that are prevalent today. We apologize to those whose subfields are, as a result, less recognizable. The main unifying theme is the idea of an intelligent agent. We define AI as the study of agents that receive percepts from the environment and perform actions. Each such agent implements a function that maps percept sequences to actions , and we cover different ways to represent these functions, such as reactive agents, real - time planners, decision-theoretic systems, and deep learning systems. We emphasize learning both as a construction method for competent systems and as a way of extending the reach of the designer into unknown environments. We treat robotics and vision not as independently defined problems, but as occurring in the service of achieving goals. We stress the importance of the task environment in determining the appropriate agent design. editor

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