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Almost a bible of AI
on 13 April 2014
This book starts from the beginning and covers a huge range of AI up to an advanced level. At the same time it is clearly written, though it takes a lot of studying, being packed with fascinating detail and explanation. The algorithms are written in pseudocode which makes them fairly easy to understand but it still takes a lot of working through.
One thing to consider: most undergraduate and masters students will find it goes well beyond their syllabus, while PhD students will find it is too broad for their specialised fields. I still think it worth having a copy to dip into and sometimes to study in depth.