15-780: Graduate AI
Homework Assignment #4B
Andruy Tynyuk
Out: April 19, 2015
Due: April 22, 2015 5 PM
Collaboration Policy: You may discuss the problems with others, but you must write all
code and your writeup independently.
Turning In: Please email you

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15-780
Q1 Probability and MLE [20 pts]
1, (a) Suppose we wish to calculate P(H|E1, E2) and we have no conditional independence information
Which of the following sets of numbers are sufcient for the calculation 7
P(E1, E2), P(H), P(E1lH), P(E2

CMU 15-780
Social Choice
Teachers:
Emma Brunskill (this time)
Manuela Veloso
Slides from and extended from
Ariel Procaccia
The agent was not alone
Many agents,
many decisions,
cooperative
(e.g. same
teammates)
Many agents,
one decision
(e.g. election)
Man

Solution to 10-701/15-781 Midterm Exam
Fall 2004
1
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Introductory Probability and Statistics (12 points)
(a) (2 points) If A and B are disjoint events, and P r(B) > 0, what is the value of P r(A|B)?
Answer: 0 ( Note that: A B = )
(b) (2 points) Suppose th

Multi-Robot Decision Making:
State Estimation and Coordination
Manuela Veloso
Grad AI, 15-780
Spring 2015
Why Multiple Robots?
Faster execution
More robust
Simplify design of
robots
Task requires it
Why Not Multiple Robots?
Communication
More complexi

15-780: Graduate AI
Homework Assignment #2 Solutions
Andruy Tynyuk
Out: February 12, 2015
Due: February 25, 2015
Collaboration Policy: You may discuss the problems with others, but you must write
all code and your writeup independently.
Turning In: Please

15-780: Graduate AI
Homework Assignment #1 Solutions
Andruy Tynyuk
Out: January 22, 2015
Due: February 4, 2015 5 PM
Collaboration Policy: You may discuss the problems with others, but you must write all
code and your writeup independently.
Turning In: Ple