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Artificial intelligence in manufacturing

  • D. A. Milner
  • V. C. Vasiliou

Abstract

Artificial intelligence (AI) is concerned with enabling computers to take on the characteristics that make man appear intelligent. It began to become an active field of research within computer science (or possibly half-way between computer science and psychology) in about 1955. Since that time, the study of AI has embraced a wide range of topics, including problem solving, theorem proving, game playing, learning and teaching.

Keywords

Expert System Inference Engine Very Large Scale Integration Artificial Intelligence Technique Prolog Program 
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© D A Milner and V C Vasiliou 1986

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  • D. A. Milner
  • V. C. Vasiliou

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