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MAY/JUNE 2016 Solutions Question 1 a) the difference between an agent function and agent program is that The agent function takes as input the entire percept sequence up to that point, whereas the agent program takes the current percept only. Or Agent function: a function that specifies the agent’s action in response to every possible percept sequence Agent function maps perceptions into actions b) the difference between discrete and continuous environments Discrete = an environment with precise, finite states. Eg: a light switch (2 states: on/off). Continuous = an env with an infinite number of possible states (real life). Eg: temperature. c) i)it is a NIM Game where two players play taking turns to remove items from a heap ii) the applicable actions for the game are Strictly two players •Alternate turns removing any number of items from any ONE heap until no pieces remain •Must remove at least one to three item from the heap •Last player to be able to remove last piece of stone wins iii) The goal of the game is to avoid being the player who must remove the last object. 3 2 A,5 A,1 A,0 B,3 B,0 B,0
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