Part b more backward chaining 15 points now perform

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Unformatted text preview: backward chaining for the hypothesis (Millicent has a bad term), which you may or may not be able to show is true. This time, on the next page, list, in order, the hypotheses checked by backwards chaining from the indicated hypothesis. Draw your tree here to help us award partial credit if you don't get it right. We recommend that you be extremely careful when you determine how the variables are bound. You are to assume we may be trying to trick you, but we have made no mistakes in formulating the problem. 4 (Millicent has a bad term) 1. Millicent has a bad term 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 5 Part C: Forward Chaining (20 points) You may make the following assumptions about forward chaining: ● ● ● Assume rule-ordering conflict resolution New assertions are added to the bottom of the list of assertions. If a particular rule matches assertions in the list of assertions in more than one way, the matches are considered in the order corresponding to the top-to-bottom order of the matched assertions. Thus, if a particular rule has an antecedent that matches...
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