Advanced Artificial Intelligence

G22.2561
Mondays 5:00-7:00
Room 513, Warren Weaver Hall
Professor Ernest Davis

Reaching Me

Textbook: Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach by Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig

Requirements: Problem sets (50%), final exam (50%).

Topics

Instructions for class email list

Link to the class email web page and follow the instructions there for subscribing.

Submitting homework:

Programming assignments must be submitted by email. The format should be the ASCII source file for the code. Be sure to include your name as a comment at the beginning of the code.

Problem sets may be submitted either by email or in hard-copy. Acceptable formats for email are ASCII text, HTML, or Postscript. NO OTHER FORMATS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

Homeworks must be submitted at or before the beginning of class on the day due. Assignments will be accepted up to a week late, with a penalty of one point out of ten. No assignments will be accepted more than a week

Problem Sets

Problem set 1
Solution set 1
Problem set 2
Solution set 2
Problem set 3
Solution set 3
Programming Assignment 2
Input for Programming Assignment 2
Preparation for Final Exam

Handouts

Parsing algorithms.
Ambiguity
Viterbi algorithm
Blocks World -- Propositional Calculus
Blocks World -- First Order Logic.
Recent Advances in AI Planners Daniel Weld, AI Magazine, 1999.
Geometrical transformations