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CSE 4/563 Knowledge Representation Professor Shapiro Homework 2 Maximum Points: 42 Due: 1:30 PM, Thursday, September 30, 2010 Name(s) h user name(s) i : September 23, 2010 You must turn in the answers to this homework set in a submitted file by 1:30 PM on the date shown above. The submitted file must be named hw2. ext , for an appropriate value of ext . Include your name(s) and user name(s) at the top of the file. Submit that file by executing the Unix command submit cse463 hw2. ext or submit cse563 hw2. ext whichever is appropriate for you. The file can be a text file, or produced by some word processing software, but it must be formatted so it is easy to read. You are also to submit two additional files, one for each exercise, as instructed below. The files must be named tomsEvening.cl and tomsEvening.e . 1. (36) For this exercise, you will finish formalizing and testing Tom’s Evening Domain, and use wang:entails to check that the query is logically entailed by the knowledge base. Recall that the problem is Domain Knowledge: If there is a good movie on TV and Tom doesn’t have an early appointment the next morning, then he stays home and watches a late movie. If Tom needs to work and doesn’t have an early appointment the next morning, then he works late. If Tom works and needs his reference materials, then he works at his office. If Tom works late at his office, then he returns
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