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Module Description (excerpted from the bulletin):
The module introduces the basic concepts in search and knowledge
representation as well as to a number of sub-areas of artificial
intelligence. It focuses on covering the essential concepts in AI. The
module covers Turing test, blind search, iterative deepening,
production systems, heuristic search, A* algorithm, minimax and
alpha-beta procedures, predicate and first-order logic, resolution
refutation, non-monotonic reasoning, assumption-based truth
maintenance systems, inheritance hierarchies, the frame problem,
certainly factors, Bayes' rule, frames and semantic nets, planning,
learning, natural language, vision, and expert systems and LISP.
- Modular credits: 4.
- Prerequisites: (CS 1102 Data Structures and Algorithms)
and (CS 1231 or CS 1231S Discrete Structures). Exceptions to these
pre-requisites can be made on a case-by-case basis only.
See instructor for details.
- Instructor: Min-Yen KAN, <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Office: AS6 05-12 (x1885). Office hours (after class) on
Thursdays, 16:00-18:00, or by appointment. Emails to me as a
default are assumed to be public, and my replies and your
anonymized email will likely be posted to IVLE. Please let me
know if you do not want the contents of your email
posted; I will be happy to honor your requests.
TA: NG Jun Ping, <ngjp@comp,nus.edu.sg>.
Office hours: 15:00-16:00 Mondays (CL Lab, AS6 #04-13)
- Workload: (2-1-0-3-3) 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour, 3
hours for assignments, and 3 hours preparation per week.
- Textbooks: Our textbook will be the same textbook as last
semester, except those of you who are buying new textbooks
should get the new 3rd edition. The old second edition textbook
will still suffice for this course. Copies are also on reserve
(RBR) at both the Science Library and the Central Library. The
Co-op has ordered them and should have them on time for the
beginning of the course.
- Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig (2010) Artificial
Intelligence: A Modern Approach, Prentice Hall, 3rd
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- Tutorial Sessions: According to IVLE, 4 sessions (Monday afternoons 16:00-17:00, 17:00-18:00; and Thursday afternoons 14:00-15:00, 15:00-16:00)
- Final Exam: Tuesday, 23 November 2010 (Evening). The exam
is open book. Please remember to bring a (non-programmable) calculator.
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