Logics for Artificial Intelligence

New York, NY, USA: Ellis Horwood (1984)
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In Logics for Artificial Intelligence, Raymond Turner leads us on a whirl-wind tour of nonstandard logics and their general applications to Al and computer science.



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Raymond Turner
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