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CSE 415: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
The University of Washington, Seattle, Winter 2004
Regular Meetings: EE1 037, MWF 12:30-1:20
Instructor: Steve Tanimoto (Office Hours: MF 2:30-3:20 in CSE 638, except Jan 12, 30, Feb 27).
Teaching Assistant: Jeffrey Bigham (Office Hours: M 11:30-12:20 and Th 12:00-1:00 in CSE 220).
  Mar. 12. Answers to the sample final.
  Feb. 23. Some solutions to the exercises in Assignment 5 are available for studying for the midterm.
  Feb. 23. Sample code is available for manipulating text and doing Depth-First Search with the iterative method. This is the code shown in class today.
  Feb. 20. On Monday, February 23, there will be an optional review session for anyone who wants to go over material to be covered on Midterm 2. The session will take place from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM in Room 045 of EE1. This room is next door to our regular classroom. Please note that I will not be able to hold my Monday 2:30 office hour on the 23rd, due to a Senate Executive Committee meeting from 2:30 to 4:30.
  Feb. 11. The sample Prolog program for generating Roman numerals is available here. The "likes" program is also available.
  For Monday, February 9, complete the worksheet on Predicate Calculus Resolution. Turn it in on Monday for credit. For anyone who missed class on Feb.6, the worksheet is available here. In class we decided that the domain for this exercise would be "the set of all buildings". Furthermore, we settled on the use of the following predicates: U(x): x belongs to UCLU; D(x): x has at least one dinghy; R(x): x has an emergency rowboat; V(x): x is in violation of the Lake Quake Code; C(x) x will be temporarily closed. The constant symbol s will represent Schwimmschach Hall, and the function a(x) returns the annex of x. There are many issues related to these choices, but we decided to go with them for this exercise.
  The programming part of Assignment 4 is a partnership activity. Students in partnerships will receive extra credit simply by virtue of being in partnerships. If you need a partner, don't be shy. Use the class email list if you need to.
  On Thursday, January 22, all members of the class are invited to a showing of the movie "AI". Depending on how many people actually sign up, we may have room for your guests, if you wish to bring guests. The room holds about 10-15 people. It will be in Sieg 322 at 8:00 PM.