Best Books – Introduction to Knowledge Based Systems and Applications

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Introduction To Knowledge Based Systems and Applications subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Introduction To Knowledge Based Systems and Applications along with reviews.

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1. “Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach” by S Russell and P Norvig

Book Review: This book provides up-to-date information of both theory and practice of artificial intelligence. This book is suitable for semester courses in the field of artificial intelligence. The computer science department of Stanford University offers a course in artificial intelligence. Every chapter in the book begins with concepts and later goes to the applications. The book also presents current research topics and open issues. The book also extends technology knowledge and skills to the whole of the world.

2. “Introduction to Knowledge Systems” by M Stefik

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Book Review: This book introduces various symbol level representations like the use of frame and rule representations. The book also contains representations for time, space, uncertainty and vagueness. The book also deals with three knowledge intensive tasks which are classification, configuration and diagnosis. The book also incorporates computer science theory, programming practice and psychology. The book enables the readers to create real world knowledge systems using appropriate tools and programming languages.

3. “Knowledge Based Systems for Engineers and Scientists” by A A Hopgood

Book Review: This book carries out the examination of the principles of artificial intelligence and their application to engineering and science. The book also develops techniques for the development of intelligent systems to solve practical problems. The book also incorporates knowledge based systems, computational intelligence and hybrids. The book also contains chapters on genetic algorithms and optimization techniques and provides an extended coverage of fuzzy logic and fuzzy control systems. The book also describes key techniques of artificial intelligence that includes frames, objects, agents, symbolic learning and many more.

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4. “Knowledge-Based Systems, Four-Volume Set” by Ed Leondes and Cornelius T Leondes

“Knowledge-Based Systems, Four-Volume Set” Book Review: The volumes of this set highlights implementation and optimization of computer techniques. The book features many areas in which the applications of knowledge based systems are used. This four-volume set is a collection of well-structured and precise books that presents various engineering and technological tools needed for efficient knowledge management. The books also focus on infrastructure, communications, and database designs that are necessary to achieve efficient and cost-effective systems. This set can be used by students, practitioners, and researchers of computer science and engineering.

5. “Methodology and Tools in Knowledge-Based Systems” by A P Del

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“Methodology and Tools in Knowledge-Based Systems” Book Review: The book features new methodologies, knowledge modeling, and hybrid techniques related to knowledge based systems. The applications of knowledge based systems in areas like AI including knowledge-based systems, fuzzyness and uncertainty, formal reasoning, neural information processing, multiagent systems, perception, robotics, natural language processing, machine learning, supervision and control systems are clearly mentioned. The content of this book is inspired from the 11th International Conference on Industrial and Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems.

6. “Knowledge Based Systems in Medicine: Methods, Applications and Evaluation” by Talmon Fox

“Knowledge Based Systems in Medicine: Methods, Applications and Evaluation” Book Review: The major content of this book is inspired from the lectures based on Medical Informatics delivered at the Workshop on System Engineering in Medicine. The book describes topics like Methods and Tools, Applications in the domains of chronic care and critical care, and Evaluation of decision support systems.

7. “Complex Systems in Knowledge-Based Environments : Theory, Models and Applications” by Andreas Tolk

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“Complex Systems in Knowledge-Based Environments: Theory, Models and Applications” Book Review: The book contains all the recent contributions and developments in the fields and topics related to Complex Systems in Knowledge-based Environments. The chapters of this book feature all the relevant topics, ranging from uncertainty representation and management to the use of ontological means in support of large-scale business integration. It also presents a variety of tools to the readers which are useful for both study and work. The book also highlights the contribution of complex systems in various fields.

8. “Applications and Innovations in Intelligent Systems X” by R Ellis and A Macintosh

“Applications and Innovations in Intelligent Systems X” Book Review: The book is based on intelligent systems thus presents all the technologies and concepts related to Al. The book features applications of Al in the real world and areas like commerce, manufacturing and defence. It also explains the use of AI technology in many organisations to solve complex problems and gain significant business benefits. The recent developments and innovations in Intelligent Systems series are highlighted in this book.

9. “Expert Systems – Introduction to First and Second Generation and Hybrid Knowledge Based Systems” by Chris Nikolopoulos

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“Expert Systems – Introduction to First and Second Generation and Hybrid Knowledge Based Systems” Book Review: The book describes both system shell as well as programming environment approaches expert systems. It provides basic knowledge and proper introduction of expert and knowledge based systems. The current and emerging fields of research based on expert systems are highlighted in this book. The areas which will be beneficial for research in near future are also mentioned in this text.

10. “Foundations of Knowledge Base Management” by Joachim W Schmidt and Costantino Thanos
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