Notes (4-up) |
Notes (1-up) |
Textbook material (2nd ed.) |
Textbook material (3rd ed.) |
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Agents | Agents | Chapter 2 | Chapter 2 |

Search^{1} |
Search^{1} |
Chapter 3 (except 3.6) and Sections 4.1, 4.2 | Chapter 3 |

Constraint satisfaction problems | CSP | Chapter 5 | Chapter 6 |

Propositional logic | Propositional logic | Chapter 7, some stuff outside the text | Chapter 7, some stuff outside the text |

First-order logic | FOL | Chapters 8 and 9 | Chapters 8 and 9 |

Prolog programming^{2} |
Prolog^{2} |
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Uncertainty | Uncertainty | Nonmonotonic logic, Chapter 13 | Nonmonotonic logic, Chapter 13 |

Belief networks | Belief networks | Part of Chapter 14 | Part of Chapter 14 |

FOL probabilistic inference | FOL inference | Part of Chapter 14 | Part of Chapter 14 |

Utility | Utility | Chapter 16 | Chapter 16 |

Conclusions | Unfortunately we did not have time to discuss these. I hope you find my conclusions interesting. |

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^{1} - Note that Sections 4.1 and 4.3 (2nd edition) or Sections 3.5.3 and 4.1 (3rd edition) have not been covered in class explicitly but that you are supposed to read them by yourself and be familiar with the material.
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^{2} - Two prolog implementations of the Cabbage, Goat, Wolf problem discussed in class earlier are cgw.pl and cgw1.pl.