Algorithmic Intelligence: Towards an Algorithmic Foundation for Artificial Intelligence

Edelkamp, Stefan



In this book the author argues that the basis of what we consider computer intelligence has algorithmic roots, and he presents this with a holistic view, showing examples and explaining approaches that encompass theoretical computer science and machine learning via engineered algorithmic solutions.

The book will be of value to researchers, practitioners, and students.


Stefan Edelkamp is currently a professor at the Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics of the University of Bremen, and at the University of Applied Science in Darmstadt. He earned his Ph.D. from Freiburg University. His main scientific interest is algorithmic intelligence, which encompasses areas such as heuristic search, action planning, game playing, machine learning, motion planning, multi-agent simulation, model checking, distributed computing, algorithm engineering, and computational biology.