CSCE476/876, Spring 2001: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

Prereq:         CSCE310, Data structures and algorithms.

Course description: Introduction to the basic principles, techniques and tools now being used in the area of machine intelligence.  Lecture topics will include problem solving, knowledge representation and reasoning, search, expert systems, and planning and action.  More advanced topics may be included depending on class interests and performance.  Programming will be done in Common Lisp using Allegro Common Lisp (ACL) and its programming environment.

Time:           Monday, Wednesday, Friday, from 11:30 p.m. to 1:20 p.m.

Place:           Class remains in CBA 31 until further notice.

Instructor:   Prof.  Berthe Y. Choueiry
                      Room 104, Ferguson Hall,
            , tel: (402)472-5444.
                      Office hours:  Mon/Fri from 4:45 p.m. to 5:45 p.m., or by appointment.

TA:              Mr. Daniel Buettner (Dan).
                     Office hours in Room 16 or Room 17, Ferguson hall
                     Mon 10.30-11.30 am;  Tue 10.00-11.00 am; Fri 10.30-11.30:30 a.m.

Class schedule: the page will be regularly updated. Check it out often for reference to required and recommended reading material, homework texts, and announcements.

Required textbooks (check the bookstore):

Protocol of the course: Grading policy:

Grade conversion:

>94% A+
90--94 A
 85--89 B+
80--84 B
70--79 C+
60--69 C
55--59 D+
50--54 D
<=50 F
Books on reserve at the Love Library (LL): Online LISP material: Other AI references:
Berthe Y. Choueiry

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