Fall 2019 Course Descriptions
COMP 131-01 Artificial Intelligence
MW 6:00p-7:15p, Anderson Hall 206
History, theory, and computational methods of artificial intelligence. Basic concepts include representation of knowledge and computational methods for reasoning. One or two application areas will be studied, to be selected from expert systems, robotics, computer vision, natural language understanding, and planning.
Prerequisite: Comp 15 and either COMP/MATH 22 or 61 or familiarity with both symbolic logic and basic probability theory.