CSE 4301/5290 Artificial Intelligence
322 Harris Center, 674-7280
Office Hours: MW 1-3pm (or by appointment)
Course WWW Page: http://www.cs.fit.edu/~pkc/classes/ai/
This course introduces fundamental concepts in artificial
intelligence. Topics in representation, reasoning, search, planning,
learning, and AI systems are discussed. Homework assignments will be
used to reinforce concepts discussed in class.
- Russell & Norvig (2010). Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach.
Third Edition. Prentice Hall.
- Reference: Lamkins (2004). Successful Lisp: How to Understand and Use Common Lisp. bookfix.com. Online version: http://psg.com/~dlamkins/sl/
- LISP [~1.5 weeks]
- Introduction (Ch 1-2) [~.5 week]
- Problem-solving and Searching (Ch 3-5) [~4 weeks]
- Representation and Reasoning (Ch 7-9) [~4 weeks]
- Learning (Ch 18) [~1.5 weeks]
- Planning (Ch 10) [~1.5 weeks]
- Constraint Reasoning (Ch 6) [~1 week]
- Uncertain Reasoning (Ch 13) [~1 week]
- Midterm (20%) & Final (30%)
- Homework assignments (50%)
- A: 90%, B: 80%, C: 70%, D: 60%
Important Dates (Assignment due dates might be adjusted due to circumstances)
|Last day to drop
||Aug 28 (Fri)|
||Sep 9 (Wed)|
||Sep 30 (Wed)|
||Oct 14 (Wed) [tentatively]|
||Oct 21 (Wed)|
|Last day to withdraw
||Oct 23 (Fri)|
||Nov 11 (Wed)|
||Dec 2 (Wed)|
||Dec 7 (Mon), 6-8pm|
- Students are encouraged to help each other on assignments,
but plagiarism (copying) is prohibited.
- first violation: zero on assignment/test
- second violation: 'F' for the course
- Late assignments are accepted, but 20% is deducted for each day.
- Documentation constitutes 10% of each programming assignment.
- CSE 2010: Data Structures and Algorithms