Proseminar Planning in Artificial Intelligence SS 2009

Submitted by stf on 29. December 2008 - 16:56

Content

In this proseminar we will discuss selected topics from the textbook

Automated Planning: Theory & Practice
Malik Ghallab, Dana Nau, Paolo Traverso
Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc. San Francisco, CA, USA. ISBN:1558608567

An announcement of the course can also be found in the course information system CAMPUS.
For Material and other information visit the L²P-learning room for this ProSeminar.

Requisites

  • indepently working into a given proseminar topic
  • written proseminar thesis of about 15 pages
  • talk of 45 minutes
Talk and report and the talk will be prepared in teams of two students.

Preliminary Discussion

The preliminary discussion takes place on February 27th, 2009, 11h00 in the Seminar room of Computer Science 5 (room 6243). In this meeting the topics will be appointed to the students. General remarks how to approach the proseminar topic and how to write the report are given. Participation is mandatory.

Topics

In this proseminar we discuss selected topics from the textbook

Automated Planning: Theory & Practice
Malik Ghallab, Dana Nau, Paolo Traverso
Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc. San Francisco, CA, USA. ISBN:1558608567
The final list of topics will be given in the preliminary discussion. Topics are supervised by:
  • Daniel Beck
  • Vaishak Belle
  • Jens Claßen
  • Stefan Schiffer
  • Gerhard Lakemeyer

Additional information

General Info

Please read and understand our general information and suggestions on seminars!

Seminar Procedure

Two seminar talks will be held at each meeting. Participation in all meetings is bindingly for achieving the credit. The literature should be discussed with the instructor. The instructors of the different topics are to be announced.

No later than 4 weeks before the talk the seminarist should hand in a preliminary workout to the respective seminar instructor and 3 weeks (latest!) before the talk the final version. As for the transparencies it is 2 weeks for a preliminary version and 1 week (latest!) for the final version. You are of course more than welcome to discuss and coordinate with us way before those final deadlines.

Library Tour

Renate Eschenbach from our library offers guided tours on how to find literature in the library and how to prepare a seminar. Interested students should enlist for a tour in the preliminary discussion. The Library Tour is mandatory for Bachelor students!