Designing Distributed Environments with Intelligent Software by Fuhua Oscar Lin

By Fuhua Oscar Lin

Designing dispensed studying Environments with clever software program brokers makes a supplemental textual content for man made intelligence, agent applied sciences, wisdom engineering and allotted structures classes. This e-book exposes scholars to a real-world program for the center path fabric and provides perception into a space that bridges numerous assorted components of computing device technology.

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