Einführung in die Künstliche Intelligenz (WS 01/02)

Dozent: Prof. Gerhard Lakemeyer, Ph.D.

Nähere Informationen zur Vorlesung (z.B. Termine, Ort, Inhalt) finden sich im Veranstaltungs-Informations-System VIS (WS 01/02), ebenso wie weitere Veranstaltungs-Ankündigungen des Lehr- und Forschungsgebiets Informatik V. Informationen und Ankündigungen gibt es auch im CAMPUS-System.

Diese Vorlesung wird in Englisch gehalten.

This lecture is held in English.

Lecture on

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (Fall 2001)

Instructor: Prof. Gerhard Lakemeyer, Ph.D.
 Office Hour: Tuesdays 1-2 PM, or by appointment.

Lectures: Monday11:45-13:15, AH III
Wednesday08:15-09:45, AH III
Tutorials:Wednesday12:00-13:30, AH III

For information on the course see also the course information system VIS or get information from the CAMPUS system. For other information about teaching and research by Prof. Lakemeyer and his staff see the Knowledge-based Systems Group.


Feb. 27, 2002:
The final results of the exam are now available (matriculation number : points = grade).
Feb. 26, 2002:
The certificates can be fetched from of February 27, 2002, afternoon on in Room 6231 which is the office of the Chair of Computer Science V.
Feb. 26, 2002:
The preliminary results of the exam are now available (matriculation number : points = grade).
Feb. 22, 2002:
The results of the exam (matriculation number, points, grade) will be published on the web, too.
Feb. 21, 2002:
Taking a look at the exams is possible on February 27, 2002, 10 a.m., Room 5056.
Jan. 23, 2002:
A list containing the matriculation numbers of those who are registered for the exam is now available.
Jan. 08, 2002:
The deadline for exam registration is February 08, 2002.
Dec. 12, 2001:
The transparencies "Planning" have changed a little bit.
Nov. 26, 2001:
Ad Exercise 2.1: A game of Tic-Tac-Toe is a path in the game tree from the root to a leaf.
Nov. 22, 2001:
A hint for Exercise 2.4: "Add þ(alien) to your model M=(D,þ)." means "Using your model M=(D,þ), determine an element ð in D and set þ(alien)=ð."
Nov. 09, 2001:
The statement given in Exercise 1.5 is wrong in general which can be shown as a Bonus-Exercise (10 Points).
Nov. 06, 2001:
In order to put Exercise 1.4 in concrete terms consider greedy search instead of best-first search.
Oct. 29, 2001:
Tutorials start on Wednesday, November 07.
Oct. 17, 2001:
No lecture on Monday, October 22.


There is a written examination (duration: 90 minutes) taking place on Examinees have to register by sending an e-mail to Gero Iwan containing the name and matriculation number.

The deadline for registration is February 08, 2002.

A list containing the matriculation numbers of those who are registered for the exam is available.

Taking a look at the exams is possible on A list containing the final results of the exam is available (matriculation number : points = grade).


Topics covered in the course


Teaching Assistants: Gero Iwan
Alexander Ferrein
 Office Hour: Wednesday 3-4 PM (or by appointment).

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