ICS 171_ Introduction to Artificial Intelligence syllabus

Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach

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ICS 171: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence ICS 171: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Summer Session II, 2000 Instructor: Stephen Bay Email: [email protected] Office: CS/E 305 Office hours: tentatively TuTh 1-2pm (or by appointment) Course Code: 36190 Class: TuTh 9-10:50am CS 174, Discussion: TuTh 11-11:50am CS 174 Textbook: Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig. Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach . Prentice Hall, 1995. Teaching Assistants Suraj Nagasrinivasa, [email protected] Course Webpage: Course Overview This course provides a basic introduction to the field of Artificial Intelligence. Topics covered will include: search, knowledge representation, reasoning and learning. Academic Honesty I take the academic honesty of my students very seriously and I will not tolerate any form of dishonest behaviour. It is your responsibility to understand and be familiar with UCI's academic honesty policies: Read and understand the UCI Senate Academic Honesty Policy and the ICS policy on cheating . Note that any academic dishonesty can result in a grade of F and a letter in your permanent student file. Grading I will evaluate students on the basis of homework assignments, a mid-term exam, a final exam, and a programming assignment. Your final grade will be the better of: 15% homework + 15% midterm + 20% project + 50% final (1 of 5) [2/4/2008 5:28:29 PM]
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ICS 171: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence 20% project + 80% final Homework
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