Computational Intelligence

A Logical Approach


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Chapter 1: Computational Intelligence and Knowledge

Chapter 2: A Representation and Reasoning System

Chapter 3: Using Definite Knowledge

Chapter 4: Searching

Chapter 5: Representing Knowledge

Chapter 6: Knowledge Engineering

Chapter 7: Beyond Definite Knowledge

Chapter 8: Actions and Planning

Chapter 9: Assumption-based Reasoning

Chapter 10: Using Uncertain Knowledge

Chapter 11: Learning

Chapter 12: Building Situated Robots

Appendix A: Glossary

Appendix B: The Prolog programming language

Appendix C: Some more implemented systems

Last updated 1 November 1999, David Poole,