Chapman and Hall/CRC
This book presents a summary of recent work on the interface between artificial intelligence and statistics. It does this through a series of papers by different authors working in different areas of this interface. These papers are a selected and referenced subset of papers presented at the 3rd Interntional Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Statistics, Florida, January 1991.
"This is an interesting collection of specialised papers in a new field. Good AI libraries and all research groups will need a copy."
"The book provides a broad update of current work tat should aid researchers on both sides of the AI/Statistics interface, and is a useful successor to earlier volumes in the series from W A Gale."
-Short Book Reviews
"…the book is a substantial and worthwhile contribution to the literature for both AI and Statistics. It collects a lot of major results from the frontiers of both sciences and presents them in a very readable context…I enjoyed reading this book very much."
-Engineering Applications in Artificial Intelligence