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Learning resources: chapter 7


CHAPTER 07

Section 7.1 - Expert Systems, Machine Learning, And The Heuristic Search Hypothesis
Section 7.2 - Id3: An Algorithm For Machine Learning

1. Expert systems
Expert system (entry from Wikipedia)
Expert systems: Where are we? And where do we go from here? (paper by Randall Davis, 1982; from AI Magazine, 3)
Expert systems: How far can they go? Part one (paper by Randall Davis, 1989; from AI Magazine, 10)
Expert systems: How far can they go? Part two (paper by Randall Davis, 1989; from AI Magazine, 10)
It's alive! (article by Jennifer Kahn, 2002; from Wired)
Expert systems and artificial intelligence (report by Robert Engelmore and Edward Feigenbaum, 1993)

2. Machine learning
Machine learning (entry from Wikipedia)
Machine learning (collection of resources)
Machine learning—finding patterns in the world (video lecture by Mark Dredze, from videolectures.net)
Brief summary of machine learning (video from Big Data Republic)
Machine learning: The basics (video from LinkedIn Tech Talks)
Does machine learning really work? (paper by Tom Mitchell, 1997; from AI Magazine, 18)

3. The ID3 algorithm
ID3 algorithm (entry from Wikipedia)
Rule induction: Ross Quinlan’s ID3 algorithm (paper by Peter Ross)
Implementation of ID3—decision tree algorithm (paper by Sharad Verma and Nikita Jain)
Video demonstration of decision trees made with the ID3 algorithm
Learn to design your own decision tree

Section 7.3 - WHISPER: PREDICTING STABILITY IN A BLOCK WORLD
Section 7.4 - PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER: SHAKEY THE ROBOT

1. WHISPER
Experiential reasoning (paper by Brian Funt, 1992; from AAAI Technical Report SS-92-02)
Diagram processing: Computing with diagrams (paper by Michael Andersen and Robert McCartney, 2003; from Artificial Intelligence, 145)
Diagrams in the mind (paper by Aaron Sloman, 1998)

2. SHAKEY
Shakey the robot (video from Vimeo)
Shakey the robot (official website including all technical reports from SRI; see particularly Technical note 323 by Nils Nilsson)
STRIPS (entry from Wikipedia)
Logic programming (entry from Wikipedia)
Meet some robots (links from AITopics)
Introduction to various robots, including SHAKEY (video from University of Edinburgh)

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