CSE 573 - Introduction to Artificial Intelligence - Winter 2017
Tue, Thurs 9:30-10:50 in EEB 045
Dan Weld (CSE 588)
TA: Gagan Bansal
Office hours: See calendar or by email.
- Grading: Your grade will be 30% programming assignments, 10% paper reports, 10% class participation, 25% final exam, and 25% final project.
- Use the forum for discussing class material.
- Dropbox link for submitting assignments.
- Email for reaching instructors:
cse573-instr @ cs
- Late policy (tentative): You are allowed to use 4 late days throughout the quarter. After this, assignments turned in late will incur a penalty of 20%, for each day.
Schedule, Reading & Lecture Slides
All this stuff is on the class calendar.
This quarter, we will do
Pac-Man Projects originally created by John DeNero and Dan Klein.
Please complete the versions listed below, as they differ in places
from the Berkeley versions. Use Python 2.x.
Assignments will be done using pair programming with two person teams.
See the calendar for details.
Academic Honesty Policy
It is encouraged that you discuss your solutions with each other and consult online sources to better understand the material. However your code must be written entirely by yourself. As a rule, you should never look at or run anyone else's code for the assignment, whether the code was written by someone currently in the class, or someone who took it previously, even at another university.
Reading pseudocode for generic algorithms (like alpha-beta pruning or
A* search) is perfectly OK. If you use a source very closely, for
example, converting a pseudocode implementation of A* to python,
academic integrity demands that you cite the source (in a
comment). You will not be penalized for including such a comment; on the contrary, the
citation may help us to understand why your implementation is so
similar to someone else's, in case they use and cite the same source.