Artificial Intelligence for Advanced Problem Solving Techniques

Artificial Intelligence for Advanced Problem Solving Techniques

Language: English

Pages: 388

ISBN: 1599047055

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


One of the most important functions of artificial intelligence, automated problem solving, consists mainly of the development of software systems designed to find solutions to problems. These systems utilize a search space and algorithms in order to reach a solution.

Artificial Intelligence for Advanced Problem Solving Techniques offers scholars and practitioners cutting-edge research on algorithms and techniques such as search, domain independent heuristics, scheduling, constraint satisfaction, optimization, configuration, and planning, and highlights the relationship between the search categories and the various ways a specific application can be modeled and solved using advanced problem solving techniques.

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