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Midterm Exam - CSC384H1F Introduction to Articial...

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CSC384H1F Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Fall 2009 Midterm Test Department of Computer Science University of Toronto November 16, 2009 6 pages, 5 questions, 50 minutes. NO AID ALLOWED Note: This test contains 5 main questions of varying difficulty. Please browse all of them first, start with the easier ones, and try to solve as many as possible in the time limit. The instructors and TAs will linearly increase your raw score of this test, so that whoever scores highest will get a full mark (20 out of 20). FAMILY NAME: GIVEN NAMES: STUDENT ID: CDF ACCOUNT:
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Question Score 1 1 /3 2 /3 3 /3 4 /3 5 /3 6 /3 /21 7 /3 2 1 /8 2 /8 /16 3 1 /9 2 /7 /16 4 1 /12 2 /13 /25 5 1 /6 2 /8 3 /8 /22 TOTAL /100
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1 Short answers (21 points) 1. [3] Define the meaning of “ A entails B ” ( A | = B ). 2. [3] Define the “least constraining value” heuristic for a constraint satis- faction problem. 3. [3] List two differences between STRIPS and ADL. 4. [3] Complete the Bayes Rule: P ( X | Y ) = 5. [3] True or False (circle one)? For all random variables W , X , Y and Z : P ( Y,Z | W,X ) P ( W,X ) /P ( Y,Z ) = P ( W,X | Y,Z ) 6.
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