CSU520 Artificial Intelligence -- Spring 2009
College of Computer & Information Science
Northeastern University -- Professor Robert P. Futrelle
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Course description - from the catalog
Introduces the fundamental problems, theories, and algorithms of the artificial intelligence field. Includes heuristic search; knowledge representation using predicate calculus; automated deduction and its applications; planning; and machine learning. Additional topics include game playing; uncertain reasoning and expert systems; natural language processing; logic for common-sense reasoning; ontologies; and multiagent systems.
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News and Notes
April 16th: The final version of the study guide for the Final exam has been posted. There is important information on the guide that you will need to study carefully in order to answer question 4 on the Final. Follow the Exam information link on the left.
March 9th: The study guide for the Midterm has been posted. Follow the Exam information link on the left.
March 8th: Percentage of credit for assignments, tests, and the project are posted. See the link on the left.
February 22nd: The assignments and exams pages have been updated. The next assignment is due Wednesday, February 25th.
February 10th: Major changes to the course schedule and assignments schedule are underway. First set of changes completed 2/18/2009.
February 7th: Study guide for Quiz 1 posted here.
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