Once you have the candidate books, you can use your tastes and preferences to pick the final one or two books for the course.
Books with call numbers can be found in the library. Linked material from
the ACM and the IEEE can be downloaded for free from within the
Artificial Intelligence by Paul Winston from Addison-Wesley, 1992. Q 335 W56 1991
Artificial Intelligence: Foundations of Computational Agents by David Poole and Alan Mackworth from Cambridge University Press, 2010. Available on-line.
Intelligent Systems: Principles, Paradigms and Pragmatics by Robert Schalkoff from Jones & Bartlett, 2009.
Principles of Artificial Intelligence by Nils Nilsson from Tioga, 1980. Q335 .N515
Artificial Intelligence and Natural Man by Margaret Boden from J. Wiley, 1977. Q 335 B56
The Emperor’s New Mind: Concerning Computers, Minds, and the Laws of Physics by Roger Penrorose from Oxford University Press, 1989. Q 335 P415 1989
Knowledge Representation and Reasoning by Ronald Brachmann and Hector Levesque from Morgan Kaufmann, 2004.
Machine Transliteration Survey by Sarvnaz Karimi, Falk Scholer, and Andrew Turpin in Computing Surveys, April 2011 (v. 43, n. 3)
Metamagical Themas: Questing for the Essence of Mind and Pattern by Douglas Hofstadter from Basic Books, 1985. Q335 .H63 1985
Natural language learning by Eugene Charniak in Computing Surveys, September 1995 (v. 27, n. 3)
Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming by Peter Norvig from Morgan Kaufman, 1992
Think Stats by Allen Downey, O’Reilly, 2011
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