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Name: Justin
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Date: Around 1995


Question:
Are there any PD expert systems? I am studying AI and expert systems. I am looking for source code in C. Also, could anyone give me a short tutorial on graph theory and nodes to search for a solution? More specifically, are there any formulas relating search times to the location of the solution and the number of nodes using depth first and level searches? Any other ideas on expert systems are also welcomed.



Replies:
An excellent reference is:

"Numerical Recipes in ..." subtitled "The Art of Scientific Computing" by Press, Teukolsky, Vetterling, and Flannery, Cambridge University Press, 1992 where the ellipses can be replaced by "FORTRAN", "C", or "PASCAL"

Hawley


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