[Haskell] AI Strike Force
Setzer, Sebastian (ext)
sebastian.setzer.ext at siemens.com
Wed Mar 28 12:34:50 EDT 2007
Andrew Wagner wrote:
> Functional programming has long been recognized as an excellent
> for Artificial Intelligence.
One reason why LISP is used for AI is (in my opinion, more important
than functional programming) that ist's easy to work with "symbols" in
How easy is this in Haskell? Does it matter that, in Haskell, every
symbol must have a type that's known at compile time?
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