Data and Knowledge Fundamentals
part B: Knowledge Fundamentals
(part A: Databases)
Instructor: Evangelos E. Milios
e-mail: prof2140 at cs.dal.ca
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Course Outline and Overview
Calendar description and prerequisites
Alison Cawsey: "The Essence of Artificial Intelligence", Prentice Hall, 1998, ISBN: 0135717795
Nils J. Nilsson: "Artificial Intelligence : A New Synthesis", Morgan Kaufman Publishers (April 1998); ISBN: 1558604677
S. Russell, P. Norvig: "Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach", Prentice Hall, 1995, ISBN: 0 13 103805 2
M. Watson: "Intelligent Java Applications for the Internet and Intranets", Morgan Kaufmann, 1997.
American Association for Artificial Intelligence: Links
to Resources -- AI
Topics -- AI In the News
NRC IIT AI Resources
Russ Greiner's AI course at the Univ. of Alberta
B-Course: A Bayesian Data Analysis tutorial (Univ. of Helsinki)
CI-space: Tools for Learning Computational Intelligence (UBC)
Prolog for Linux, Windows and Mac
Assignments (3): 30% (10% each)
Final exam: 70% (2 hours, during final exam period)
The above is for the Knowledge Fundamentals part only, and counts as 50% of the course grade. The Data Fundamentals (databases) part has its own three assignments and exam towards the remaining 50% of the course grade.
Late assignments are only acceptable when accompanied by valid written documentation about the reason of the delay (e.g. illness of student, death in the family). Deferred deadline for submitting the assignment must be requested on the first day after the reason for the delay ceases to exist. Doctor's note must state the dates of illness.
Cover pages of assignments: They should be typed with the following information in the upper left corner of the page:
Section 1:00pm or 4:00pm
Last Name: ____________
First Name: ____________
Banner no: _____________
Borg login id: ____________
Cover pages not conforming to the above will result in a letter grade reduction on the assignment grade.
Please familiarize yourself with the Faculty's Plagiarism Policy. Every suspected case of plagiarism will be referred to the Senate Discipline committee, and the standard penalty for a first offence is failure in the course.
The Final exam for the Knowledge Fundamentals part will be scheduled during the final exam period by the Registrar (April 12-26). You are requested not to plan any travel during that time before the final exam date has been announced. No early examinations will be given. No makeup examinations will be given except for health reasons.
Related Courses at Dalhousie U.
CSCI 4150. Artificial Intelligence Introductory course at a more advanced level
CSCI 4144 & CSCI 6405 Data Mining and Data Warehousing. Focus on link to databases, pre/post processing of data.
CSCI6505 Machine Learning Building programs that learn from examples or experience.
CSCI 6506 Genetic Algorithms and Programming. In-depth treatment of this topic
CSCI 6504. Software Agents: Reinforcement learning, grammar induction
CSCI 6501. Intelligent Systems: Focus on Case-based reasoning, a variant of instance-based learning
MATH 4300/5300. Statistical Pattern Recognition and Data Mining Statistics: Statistical decision theoretic treatment of supervised and unsupervised classification.
CSCI 6509. Advanced Topics in Natural Language Processing. Uses machine learning techniques (Hidden Markov Models, Naive Bayes, Clustering)
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