About the author
George Luger is a Professor of Computer Science, Psychology, and Linguistics at the University of New Mexico. In a research career spanning four decades, he was involved in the development of several early expert systems, participated in the development of the Prolog computer language, and collaborated with the NSF and NASA on several projects applying artificial intelligence to challenging engineering problems. His book, “Artificial Intelligence: Structure and Strategies for Complex Problem Solving”, now in its 6th edition, is one of the most widely used introductory Artificial Intelligence textbooks in the world. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1973, focusing on the computational modeling of human problem solving performance.
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