mondays and wednesdays, 12.15pm-1.30pm, in room 214 NE
It will be helpful if you have access to a computer and the internet for this class. If you have a laptop, it will be helpful during labs (though it is not required and we can lend you a laptop for the lab).
related reading (but you don't have to buy the books):
This course covers the fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence, taking an agent-based approach. Topics include: problem solving, search, heuristic methods, robotics, expert systems, intelligent tutoring systems, neural networks, evolutionary computation, artificial life, state space learning, game playing, knowledge representation, uncertainty, propositional logic, predicate logic, logic-based agents, planning, partial-order planning and decision-theoretic planning.
Computer and Information Science (CIS) 22.
Your course grade will be made up of the following components, out of 100 points: