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Billed as “a cutting-edge, multidisciplinary framework for intelligent systems”, this book by Alexander A. Meystel (Drexel University) and James S. Albus (National Institute of Standards and Technology) is primarily for scientists and engineers but has a lot to offer anyone seriously wishing to explore contemporary theories in the field of intelligence.

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