Artificial Intelligence - Agents and Environments [math] by W. Teahan

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An alternative solution is to use a parallel co-ordinate system where the axes are placed parallel to each other, and a single tuple is plotted as a polyline that connects the points on each axis that represent each attribute value. 5). 8 plotted using Cartesian co-ordinates (left plots) and parallel co-ordinates (right plot). 5. For example, all the plots are useful for showing tendencies and highlighting properties of the data such as All Black half-backs tending to be shorter than locks. However, the Cartesian co-ordinate plots tend to be limited in the amount of information that can be conveyed (adding names in the left plots, for example, would add significant clutter).

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We will will also also be be revisiting revisiting aspects aspects of of these these principles principles several several times times throughout throughout these these books, books, where where we we will will explore specific concepts such as emergence and self-organization in more depth. explore specific concepts such as emergence and self-organization in more depth. However, However, we we will will slightly slightly modify modify some some aspects aspects of of these these principles principles to to more more closely closely match match the the terminology and approach adopted in these books.

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