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 Virtual Worlds: Synthetic Universes, Digital Life, and Complexity  
Heudin Jean-Claude, 12/10/98, 288 pp
This interdisciplinary volume introduces virtual worlds as a field, and reviews its historical roots, its goals, and its methodological approaches.

 The Age of Spiritual Machines: When Computers Exceed Human Intelligence  
By Ray Kurzweil, 12/1999, 388 pp
Imagine a world where the difference between man and machine blurs, where the line between humanity and technology fades, and where the soul and the silicon chip unite. According to Kurzweil, machines will achieve all this by 2020, with human attributes not far behind.

 The Age of Intelligent Machines  
By Raymond Kurzweil, 1992, 579 pp
What is artificial intelligence? At its essence, it is another way of answering a central question that has been debated by scientists, philosophers, and theologians for thousands of years: How does the human brain--three pounds of ordinary matter--give rise to thought? With this question in mind, inventor and visionary computer scientist Raymond Kurzweil probes the past, present, and future of artificial intelligence, from its earliest philosophical and mathematical roots through today's moving frontier, to tantalizing glimpses of 21st-century machines with superior intelligence and truly prodigious speed and memory.

 Silicon Second Nature : Culturing Artificial Life in A Digital World  
By Stefan Gordon Helmreich, 11/1998, 330 pp
Anthropologist Stefan Helmreich's look at the social and simulated worlds of Artificial Life--primarily at the Santa Fe Institute, a well-known center for studies in the sciences of complexity--introduces readers to the people and programs connected with this unusual hybrid of computer science and biology.

 PROLOG Programming for Artificial Intelligence, 3/e  
By Ivan Bratko, 2001, 600 pp
This best-selling guide to Prolog has been fully revised and extended to provide an even greater range of applications, enhancing its value as a stand-alone guide to Prolog, Artificial Intelligence, or AI Programming for students and professional programmers alike.,4096,0201403757,00.html

 Artificial Intelligence in Design `00  
By John S. Gero, May 2000, 736 pp.
The papers in this volume are from the Sixth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Design (AID'00) held in June 2000, in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. They represent the state of the art and the cutting edge of research and development in this field, and demonstrate both the depth and breadth of the artificial intelligence paradigm in design.

 Marketing Management Support Systems: Principles, Tools and Implementation  
By Berend Wierenga and Gerrit van Bruggen, April 2000, 360 pp.
By using insights gained from marketing science, behavioral decision theory, information systems research and artificial intelligence, the authors bring an interdisciplinary approach to the consideration of marketing management support systems

 Intelligent Systems and Interfaces  
Horia-Nicolai Teodorescu, Daniel Mlynek, Abraham Kandel, and Hans-Jürgen Zimmermann, February 2000, 480 pp.
Intelligent Systems and Interfaces represents a comprehensive coverage of the field, including fundamental aspects, software-, sensors-, and hardware-related issues. Moreover, the contributors to this volume offer, beyond a systematic overview of intelligent interfaces and systems, deep, practical knowledge in building and using intelligent systems in various applications. Special emphasis is placed on specific aspects and requirements in applications.

 Advances in Intelligent Systems: Concepts, Tools and Applications  
By Spyros G. Tzafestas, 11/1999, 580 pp
The field of Intelligent Systems has expanded enormously during the last two decades with many theoretical and practical results already available, which are the outcome of the synergetic merging of classical fields such as system theory, artificial intelligence, information theory, soft computing, operations research, linguistic theory and others.

 Information, Uncertainty and Fusion  
By Bernadette Bouchon-Meunier, Ronald R. Yager and Lofti A. Zadeh, 09/1999, 472 pp.
The development of efficient tools for retrieval of documents, a concern whose importance has increased in proportion to the rapid development of the internet, requires the use of fusion techniques. Attempts to construct intelligent agents require the use of sophisticated operations, many of which are of a fusion type, to help model the complex ways human beings interact with information and each other.

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