Program 1: Search
Program 1 is all about search; both traditional tree/graph search and local search methods. The
problem domain is one ofgenerating"Rook Jumping Mazes" (evaluation of the mazes you are
generating will also involve solving them).
Several p
[CISC681] AI
Wenhao Wu(702266936)
Q1. Decision Trees. A candy manufacturer interviews a customer on his willingness to eat a
candy of a particular color or flavor. The following table shows the collected responses:
Color Flavor Edibility
Red
Grape
CISC 481/681
Homework 1
Page 1 of 4
Homework 1
[Chapters 1 through 3]
(1) [3+6+14= 23 Points]Find a description of an AI system on the web. Provide a short
description (no more than one paragraph!) and a reference URL (3 pts). Write a short
P.E.A.S. (Perf
[CISC681] Program01
Wenhao Wu (702266936)
Problem.3
Q1. Empirically, how does the objective function evaluation of the average generated maze
vary with the number of iterations?
Answer:
Iteration Iter=1 Iter=5 Iter=10 Iter=25 Iter=50 Iter=100
[CISC681] AI_Program3
Wenhao Wu (702266936)
General Question
Q1. For each of the data sets was the decision tree algorithm able to memorize the training
data (i.e., get 100% accuracy when used to classify the training data)? If not, can you give
at
[CISC681] AI
Wenhao Wu (702266936)
Q1. [15 points. 3 each] Give the name of the algorithm that results from (or is most similar to)
each of the following special cases.
Choose from algorithms in Chapters 3 and 4, e.g. breadth-first search, depth-first sea
[CISC681] AI
Wenhao Wu(702266936)
Q1. [3 x 4pts = 12 pts] Prove each of the following assertions (using their definitions):
Answer:
1). is valid if and only if True :
>To prove that is valid implies True
If is valid, it means that is true in every possib
% Initial State
coins(head,head,head,tail,tail,tail,start).
% Turn the first and the second coins.
coins(tail,tail,head,tail,tail,tail,[S, turn12]) :- coins(head,head,head,tail,tail,tail,S).
% Turn the second and the third coins.
coins(head,tail,tail,tail
[CISC681] AI_Program3
Wenhao Wu (702266936)
Q1.
For each part, say
(1) what is the earliest level at which
you would try to extract a solution
and
(2) what is a possible plan that might
be extracted from this graph.
Answer:
1). Goal: S & P & Q & R
S1; A0
CPSC 203 Final exam review and solutions
Short answer 1:
You can assume that one or more documents have been opened in MS-Word. Fill in the body of
the VBA subroutine so that the first two documents in that collection will be printed and saved
and the rem
Dubai
Al Mamzar beach park
Someone must have passed on the word that I was coming, I appear to have the whole place to myself. :)
Figure 1
Chillout
One can accurately describe this as a real cool nightclub, its all ice.
Figure 2
Burj Khalifa
Former known
Faculty
Average - term grade point
Engineering
0.71
Humanities
2.536
Kinesiology
3.3058333333
Management
2.896
Science
2.849
Social Sciences
2.2234375
Total Result
2.6351041667
Average Grade Bar Chart
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3
2.5
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1.5
Grades
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Courses
CPSC 203: fall
Calgary
Split rock
Confluence Park/Nose creek parkway: Calgary's version of Stonehenge!
New picture
Traffic artwork:
A painting under the Edmonton trail flyover going into downtown near the Drop-in centre.
The "Riverwalk area' and the Center Street bridge
CPSC 411: Winter Midterm Exam
Robin Cockett
10 March 2016
This exam is worth 25% of the credit for this course. There are 50 marks
available: answer all the questions below.
1
1. (10 points)
(a) (5 points) Describe the main stages of compiling a program,
Assignment 3
Modeling for Computer Graphics
Due Date: December 6, 2012
Total Marks:100
1 (20 marks) Consider a mesh with e edges, v vertices and f faces. Based on these values, compute
the number of faces ,vertices and edges after one level of subdivision