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CS 540: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
Final Exam: 2:45-4:45pm, May 11, 2008
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CS 540 (Shavlik) HW 4 ANNs and SVMs
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11/14/14
11/25/14 at 11:55pm (not accepted after 10:50am on 12/1/14)
75
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Problem 1 Perceptrons (20 points)
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CS 540 (Shavlik) HW 2 Searching for Solutions
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CS 540
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CS 540: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
Homework Assignment #3 Solutions
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Artificial Intelligence
First-order predicate logic
Chapter 8, AIMA
Why first order logic (FOL)?
Logic is a language we use to express
knowledge.
Propositional (boolean) logic is too
limited; complex environments cannot be
described in a concise way.
F
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Midterm Examination CS540-1: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Fall 2016
(10 questions, 10 points each)
1. A search tree has 4 levels (the root is at level 1), and every internal node points to
3 children. Suppose there is no goal
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