383-Fall11-Lec12 - Review CMPSCI 383 1 What you should know...

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1 CMPSCI 383 October 18, 2011 Review
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What you should know
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3 Chapter 1: Introduction Different people approach AI with different goals: what are some of those goals? What is meant by “rational action”? What is the Turing test? What are some ways that brains and computer are different? What are some general features of the history of AI?
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4 Chapter 2: Intelligent Agents What is an “agent”? How is the desirability of behavior determined? What is a “rational agent”? What does it mean to be autonomous? What ʼ s a PEAS description of a task environment? What are properties of task environments? Be able to give the properties of example task environments. What ʼ s the difference between an agent function and an agent program? Four basic kinds of agents: what they can and can ʼ t do Re±ex, model-based re±ex, goal-based, utility-based, learning What are atomic, factored, and structured representations?
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5 Chapter 26: Philosophical Foundations
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383-Fall11-Lec12 - Review CMPSCI 383 1 What you should know...

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