Dr. Yan Gu
Answer 1: AI can be comprised of several database, operations and control modules
interacting in a complex fashion to produce desired results
2. Horizontal Data
Let's take a look at some issues and problems regarding data in general
CENTRALITY OF DATA
Data are central to every computer program.
If a program has no data, there is no input, no output, no constants, no variables.
It is hard to ima
One new idea introduced in this course is the emerging idea of structuring
data into vertical structures and processing across those vertical structures.
This is in contrast to the traditional method of structuring d
branch of CS ie concerned with the automation of intelligent behavior. several database, operations and control modules interacting in a complex fashion to produce desired results. TM: group of humans are asked to
blindly compare the performance of a C an
100 points total. 20 points for each question.
(a) Perform specific-to-general search on the following set of training examples.
Four questions from Chapter 4 and 5 (25 points each, 100 points total). Due on March 11
11:59pm to bb.
Write short answers if possible. Check the Course Information page for updated
Submit to bb.
If you dont ha
HW2: Due on Feb. 21 before class. Submit to bb.
Note: Write short answers if possible. Check the Course Information page for updated
Lisp programming hw1 (the same as posted as hw1 on Class Notes from Dr.
Slators lecture) (35 points)
chapter 1: P33: 1, 4, 11
chapter 2: P78: 3, 6, 10, 12
- Write a few sentences to explain, don't write long paragraphs
- You can discuss the questions with fellow students but you must finish yourself.
- Submit homework written or print on pap
5. Hand run the backtrack algorithm on the graph in Figure 3.29. Begin
from state A.
Keep track of the successive values of NSL, SL, CS, etc.
We assume there is no goal state in the search space. Initialize:
SL = [A]; NSL = [A]; DE = [ ]; CS = A;
Homework 4 100 points total. 20 points for each question.
Question 1: <!-[if !supportLists]->(a) <!-[endif]->Perform specific-to-general search on the following set of
training examples. In each step, list all the candidate cocnepts and explain why you el
Assignment # 3
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Q5. (a) Analyze the state space with respect to complexity and
This puzzle consists of a 7x1 frame holding 7 - 1 distinct movable tiles, and a blank space.
Branching Factor b is calculated as : cal
Q1: Find the solutions of LISP assignment as an attachment named
homework.txt, and the solutions of the same has been attached as
Q2: Hand run the backtrack algorithm on the graph in Figure 3.29.
Begin from state A.
Keep track of the su
Levels of Abstraction in data defined by various schema
View 1 View 2 View 3
(each with a view schema),
Conceptual (logical) schema
Views describe how users see d