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420: CENG Artificial Intelligence Assignment #1 Question 1: Consider the following axioms: 1. All thieves steal and only those who steal are thieves. 2. Everyone who is a thief will eventually be caught. 3. John stole. 4. John never got caught. 5. (Conclusions) John stopped stealing. Use predicate calculus and resolution to provide a proof for the conclusions. Include any necessary assumption which may need to be...

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420: CENG Artificial Intelligence Assignment #1 Question 1: Consider the following axioms: 1. All thieves steal and only those who steal are thieves. 2. Everyone who is a thief will eventually be caught. 3. John stole. 4. John never got caught. 5. (Conclusions) John stopped stealing. Use predicate calculus and resolution to provide a proof for the conclusions. Include any necessary assumption which may need to be made but which are consistent with the interpretation of the English sentences. Question 2: Develop a production rule system to solve a standard rectangular maze problem where there is one start point and one or more exists. An example of such a maze is given below. What rules are required? What conflict resolution strategies be should used? Does your production system guarantee that it will find a solution path? Will it find the optimal path? On what, if any, mazes will your approach fail? Start Goal Question 3: Develop a state space search solution to the same maze search problem. Can alpha-beta searching be used to simplify the search? Can A* be used? What heuristics would you use? Are these heuristics admissible? Question 4: Create conceptual gra...

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