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CS 440: Introduction to AI Homework 1 Due: Tuesday September 8th Your answers must be concise and clear. Explain sufficiently that we can easily  determine what you understand. We will give more points for a brief interesting  discussion with no answer than for a bluffing answer. Solutions will be posted no sooner than two days after the due date. Homework will be  accepted until that point with a penalty of 10% per day that it is late.  No assignments will  be accepted after the solutions have been posted.  Late homework will only be accepted  in class, during office hours, or electronically by email to the TA. You are expected to do each homework on your own. You may discuss concepts with  your classmates, but there must be no interactions about solutions. You may consult the  web but the work handed in must be done on your own. The penalty for cheating on any assignment is straightforward. On the first occurrence,  you will receive a zero for the assignment and your course grade will be reduced by one  full letter grade. A second occurrence will result in course failure. 1)   Suppose that someone wants to drive from his home to Siebel Center and there are three  available paths. This person is considering the following alternative models to estimate the  driving time: a. The distance between the home and Siebel Center in each of the paths. b.
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2011 for the course ECE 448 taught by Professor Levinson during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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