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1 Homework #1: Chapters 1, 2, 3 1. [15 pts., 5pts. each part] These answers are just examples, and there is actually quite a lot of latitude in terms of what could be correct. The important criteria are that performance measures can be quantified, that the environment contains the most important objects and agents that the agent will interact with, that the actuators are actually mechanisms that can change the environment, and that the sensors are mechanisms for receiving information about the environment (e.g., a microphone is a sensor not an actuator). Agent Type Performance Measure (Quant) Environment Actuators Sensors (a) % of games won deck, tableau piles, foundation piles move card/pile api, turn deck cards api receive state of both piles and deck (b) value of goods – price paid totaled over all auctions so far lockers, contents, bidders, auctioneer speaker to make bid camera to scan contents of locker, microphone to hear auctioneer, bids (c) % of correct matches Input Image; optional: DB of fingerprint images, Result output mechanism; optional: API for DB search Input fingerprint image, optional: images returned from DB
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2 2. [15 pts., 5 pts. each part] The important thing is that any answer given is consistent with the PEAS description and that explanation is plausible and reflects and understanding of the property.
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