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Old 01-21-2003, 07:04 AM   #1
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Question where do I learn AI with CLISP/LISP ?

Hi friends... I'm studying AI and need a tutorial... but I know something about AI.. I want examples about forward/backward chaining and natural lenguaje recognition.

ok.. I know that I can find exactly this items, but I can't find good examples of CLISP/LISP

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I was actually looking for this last week too. I couldn't find any good examples. I did find some books at amazon that came highly recommended. Do a search on LISP there and you'll find them there.
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Check out for the source code to norvig's CLisp book about AI programming, or for the code from his all-purpose AI book, available in CLisp, Python, and other languages. Also, he's an excellent author, and I recommend both texts, especially AIMA.
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i found a nice tutor bout CLIPS @
include basic programming and advance pro

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Use C++.


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