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TDDC17 Artificial Intelligence

Seminars


2017 Fall Seminars!

PDF files of slides will be accessible before each seminar. They may be updated incrementally as the course proceeds.

All slides are up-to-date for the Fall 2017 course.

Last Changed: 16 October, 2017 15:03


Week 36

  • Tue. 09/05 13-15 C4
    • Seminar 1: Course Introduction, History of AI
    • Hour 1: What is AI? Philosophical and mathematical roots.
    • Hour 2: The Intelligent Agent Paradigm.
    • Reading: ch1, ch2, ch26. Turing article.
    • Slides: sem1:4sl/page (updated 17-09-04)
  • Thur. 09/07 08-10 C4
    • Seminar 2: Search I
    • Hour 1: The physical symbol system hypothesis. Introduction to search.
    • Hour 2: Uninformed search.
    • Reading: ch3: 3.1-3.4, Newell and Simon article.
    • Slides: sem2:4sl/page (updated 17-09-07)
  • Fri. 09/08 15-17 C4
    • Seminar 3: Search II
    • Hour 1: Informed Search
    • Hour 2: Beyond Classical Search, Adverserial Search
    • Reading: ch3:3.5-3.7, ch4: 4.1-4.3, 4.6, ch5: 5.1-5.3
    • Slides: sem3:4sl/page (updated 17-09-04)

Week 37

  • Mon. 09/11 10-12 C4
    • Seminar 4: Knowledge Representation I
    • Hour 1: Constraint Satisfaction
    • Hour 2: Introduction to KR
    • Reading: ch6: 6.1-6.3
    • Slides: sem4:4sl/page (updated 17-09-12)
  • Tue. 09/12 13-15 A1
    • Seminar 5: Knowledge Representation II
    • Hour 1: Logic-based Agents, Wumpus World
    • Hour 2: Propositional Logic and Resolution
    • Reading: ch7
    • Slides: sem5:2sl/page
  • Thu. 09/14 08-10 A2
    • Seminar 6: Knowledge Representation III
    • Hour 1: 1st-order logic and resolution
    • Hour 2: Knowledge Representation Techniques
    • Reading: ch8, ch9, ch12
    • Slides: sem6:2sl/page

Week 38

  • Mon. 09/18 10-12 C4
    • Seminar 7 : Knowledge Representation IV
    • Hour 1:
    • Hour 2:
    • Reading:
    • Slides: See seminar 6
  • Tue. 09/19 13-15 C4
    • Seminar 8 : Uncertain Knowledge and Reasoning
    • Hour 1: Probablility Theory
    • Hour 2: Bayesian Networks
    • Reading: ch13, ch14: 14.1-14.4
    • Slides: sem8:4sl/page
  • Tor. 09/21 08-10 C4
    • Seminar 9: Planning I (Guest lecturer: Dr. Jonas Kvarnström)
    • Introduction to Planning
    • Classical Planning and Domain Definition Languages
    • Planning as Search
    • Relaxation and General Admissible Heuristics
    • Reading: ch10
    • Slides: Hours 1-2: sem9:2sl/page
  • Fri. 09/22 15-17 C4
    • Seminar 10: Planning II (Guest lecturer: Dr. Jonas Kvarnström)
    • Real World Planning
    • Time and Concurrency
    • TALplanner - Making use of domain knowledge
    • Reading: ch11
    • Slides: Hours 1-2: sem10:2sl/page (same as for Seminar 9)

Week 39

  • Tue. 09/26 13-15 A2
    • Seminar 11: Machine Learning I(Guest lecturer: Olov Andersson)
    • Hour 1-2: Introduction to Machine Learning, Supervised Learning
    • Reading: ch18: 18.1-18.4, 18.6-18.8, ch20: 20.2.2
    • Slides: sem11:2sl/page (updated 17-09-26)
  • Fri. 09/29 15-17 C4
    • Seminar 12: Machine Learning II (Guest lecturer: Olov Andersson)
    • Hour 1-2: Reinforcement Learning
    • Reading: ch17: 17.1-17-2, ch21: 21.1-21.4
    • Slides: sem12:2sl/page (updated 17-09-29)

Week 40

  • Mon. 10/02 10-12 C4
    • Seminar 13: Robotics/Perception I (Guest lecturer: Piotr Rudol)
    • Hour 1:
    • Hour 2:
    • Reading: Chapt. 24
    • Slides: sem13:2sl/page
  • Tue. 10/03 13-15 A2
    • Seminar 14: Robotics/Perception II (Guest lecturer: Mariusz Wzorek)
    • Hour 1:
    • Hour 2:
    • Reading: Chap 25
    • Slides: sem14:2sl/page
  • Fri. 10/06 15-17 C4

Week 41

  • Tue. 10/10 13-15 Ada Lovelace (B-Hus)
    • (The location of this seminar will be at ADA Lovelace in B-Hus across from the JAVA Cafe).
    • Seminar 16: AIICS Intelligent Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Research
    • Also short discussion about the Exam
    • Slides: No slides. (Answer Set slides in Seminar 6)


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Last updated: 2017-10-16