CSC451

Course Description

A study of artificial intelligence programming techniques. The role of heuristic programming in pattern matching and search problems is examined. Introduction to intelligent agents, and decision game trees. Implementation strategies for computing systems underlying the concepts such as, production systems, heuristic search and natural language communication are examined.

Learning Outcomes

  • Apply heuristic techniques in problem solving
  • Given a problem statement, prepare a problem analysis and develop a solution using artificial intelligence
  • Use search techniques
  • Design, develop and test AI systems
  • Understand and apply the concepts of automated reasoning, expert systems, agents, production systems, and natural language communication

Prerequisites

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