CSE573: Artificial Intelligence I

Catalog Description Introduction to computational models of thought and construction of intelligent information systems. Topics include search algorithms, data dependencies and truth-maintenance systems, approaches to knowledge representation, automated deduction, reasoning under uncertainty, and machine learning.

Prerequisites: CSE 421 or equivalent; exposure to logic, LISP programming experience, CSE major.
Credits: 4.0

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