Lecture - Introduction to Knowledge Representation

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Contents

Topics covered in the course

The course introduces techniques for knowledge representation and reasoning. The topics covered are:

  • First-order logic
  • Expressing knowledge
  • Full clausal logic
  • Horn logic
  • Procedural representations
  • Production systems
  • Description logics
  • Inheritance networks
  • Defaults
  • Action
  • Planning
  • Abductive explanations
  • Expressiveness/tractability trade-offs

Course Dates

This course starts on 11th April 2012.

Lecture Monday 11:45h - 13:15h AH IV
Wednesday 08:15h - 09:45h AH IV
Tutorial Wednesday 15:15h - 16:45h AH III

Literature

Ronald J. Brachman and Hector J. Levesque.
Knowledge Representation and Reasoning.
2003. BibTeX entry

L²P Course Room

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Submitted by Daniel Beck on 3. April 2012 - 10:29 categories [ ]