Re: [aima-talk] Next edition?
- View SourceYes, there will be. The authors are discussing the process of writing
a third edition now, but don't yet have a schedule.
On 10/1/07, per.nyblom <per.nyblom@...> wrote:
> Will there be a next edition of the AIMA text book?
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- View SourcePeter Norvig wrote:
>It would be nice if future editions of the AIMA textbook
> Yes, there will be. The authors are discussing
> the process of writing a third edition now,
> but don't yet have a schedule.
> -Peter Norvig
> On 10/1/07, per.nyblom <per.nyblom@...> wrote:
>> Will there be a next edition of the AIMA text book?
were to include some treatment of the various independent
AI projects that are out there (on the fringe?) nowadays.
is an AI Mind tutorial program that demonstrates the
important technique of "spreading activation" at work.
http://AIMind-I.com by Mr. Frank J. Russo is a program
in Forth spawned by the SourceForge Mind project but
running independently and now able to receive e-mails.
http://mentifex.virtualentity.com is a site devoted to
Wikipedia-based open-source artificial intelligence --
the idea that Wikipedia is where students of AI may
not only learn the multidisciplinary subjects needed
for creating true AI, but may turn around and write
contributions to the very articles being studied.
- View SourceOn Mon, Oct 01, 2007 08:20:57AM -0700, Peter Norvig wrote:
> Yes, there will be. The authors are discussing the process of writingIt would be great if at least some parts of the book will be publish under a
> a third edition now, but don't yet have a schedule.
creative commons license. For other good books already under such a license,
Iván F. Villanueva B.
Open General Artificial Intelligence -- ogai.org
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