Wagman presents a general, unified theory of artificial and human intelligence under which the nature of human reasoning, problem solving, analogical thinking, and scientific discovery is examined from theoretical, research and computational perspectives. The work analyzes foundational issues regarding the nature of intelligent systems and intelligence, and significant and current research in the area is discussed. This book will be of interest to scholars dealing with psychology, artificial intelligence and cognitive science.
About the Author:
MORTON WAGMAN is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign./e He has published widely including the Praeger titles, The Dilemma and the Computer (1984), Artificial Intelligence and Human Cognition (1991), Cognitive Science and Concepts of Mind (1991), and Cognitive Psychology and Artificial Intelligence (1993).