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167 Post author: lukeprog 16 January 2011 08:30AM

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Comment author: lukeprog 18 January 2011 07:06:27PM 0 points [-]

But, have you ready any other books on AI, to which you can compare it?

Comment author: Dr_Manhattan 18 January 2011 07:26:48PM 0 points [-]

Not this general kind of AI coverage, but I've read a number of books in data mining and some specialized aspects of AI such as Bayes nets and NLP. It compares very favorably in terms of presentation quality; I am not aware of another book this broad which was potentially worth reading based on my "information olfactory sense" (I'd like to hear of one if anyone has a suggestion) .

Comment author: lukeprog 19 January 2011 10:46:42PM *  1 point [-]

Russell and Norvig do seem to have the only general A.I. textbook out there that I can find...

Comment author: realitygrill 28 March 2012 07:57:52AM 1 point [-]

There's artint.info, which I found helpful during ai-class

Comment author: lukeprog 28 March 2012 04:11:03PM 0 points [-]

Yeah, I've found a couple others since I made the above comment in January 2011, too.