[Haskell-cafe] Haskell and AI
wagner.andrew at gmail.com
Mon Mar 19 14:42:28 EDT 2007
> I agree with Andrew Wagner re: Haskell and AI.
> There are some relevant resources on Haskell, Maths, and Logic:
> The Haskell Road To Logic, Maths And Programming (Paperback)
> by Kees Doets (Author), Jan van Eijck (Author)
I liked this book. What parts did you have in mind specifically as
being relevant to AI?
> van Eijck has another book on Computational Semantics. Elsewhere, there is
> work on learning algorithms in Haskell.
> Broadly, we might start by gathering known resources, projects, and people.
> We could consider one of the standard AI books as a guide for chapters,
> sections, and problems to fill in with Haskell approaches.
I like this idea. On the other thread  Ricardo Herrmann suggested
following the structure of "AI: A Modern Approach", the classical text
 by Russell and Norvig. Do others agree? I think we should carve
out a section of the wiki, in the Applications and Libraries section
 for AI, which should then be split into (at least) a section each
for relevant papers, code, interesting AI problems with their
solutions, and a table-of-contents type page, structured according to
a text like this. Comments?
> I'd be very interested to contribute to this.
Maybe we should assemble an AI strike force? :)
> Adam Wyner
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