Teaching at KBSG
The foundations of Artificial Intelligence, and the scope of the discipline has benefited from significant insights for the last 50 years: from symbolic representation and reasoning to theoretical assertiveness for learning programs. In this seminar, we cover a few ideas on the foundations of the aforementioned approaches, such as the situation calculus and the Frame Problem in logical formalisms for action and effects, non-monotonic reasoning, and graphical representations for decision-making and learning.
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Important note: In order to participate in one of the written exams, you have to register via the following webforms. This holds for all programs of study, including Informatik (Diplom and Bachelor), Software Systems Engineering and Technische Informatik.
Submitted by Jens Claßen on 30. September 2008 - 11:33 categories [ ]
Here's a list of theses supervised and finished at Knowledge-Based Systems Group.
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The first written exam of the course "Introduction to Knowledge Representation" will be held on 4th of August 2008.
Registration is closed.
Submitted by Jens Claßen on 18. June 2008 - 12:02 categories [ ]
An announcement of the course can also be found in the course information system CAMPUS (not yet).
Submitted by Daniel Beck on 9. June 2008 - 19:01 categories [ ]
The second exam of the course "Introduction to Artificial Intelligence" will be held on 27th of March 2008.
Submitted by stf on 14. February 2008 - 10:03 categories [ ]
The first written Exam for the lecture Introduction to Artificial Intelligence will be held in AH II and AH III.
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