Gustafson, Steven M. University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom.
Gustafson, David A. Department of Computing and Information Science, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas.
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- Artificial intelligence, published June 2016:Download PDF Get Adobe Acrobat Reader
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- Natural language processing
- Autonomous mobile robotics
- Expert systems
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The subfield of computer science concerned with understanding the nature of intelligence and constructing computer systems capable of intelligent behavior. Many activities, such as perception, learning, planning, natural language, and understanding, involve intelligent behavior and include an immense diversity of phenomena. Fields such as psychology, linguistics, and philosophy share scientific concern for these phenomena. See also: Cognition; Intelligence; Information processing (psychology); Linguistics
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