Artificial Intelligence: applications to logical reasoning and historical research

This book is concerned with the teaching and understanding of history with the aid of a computer. It draws on ideas and experience from a wide range of disciplines including philosophy, social science, artificial intelligence and computer science
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Richard Ennals (2001). Book Reviews. [REVIEW] AI and Society 15 (3):289-290.

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