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CSC 330

Artificial Intelligence

This course examines the implementation of intelligent algorithms on a computer system. The concept of an intelligent algorithm is motivated by initial discussions of the nature of intelligence and its relation to computers, particularly the Turing test. The course begins with two basic topics of artificial intelligence. The first is problem definition, state spaces and search methods, and the second is knowledge representation and logical reasoning. Following these topics is coverage of more advanced topics, such as game-playing algorithms, genetic algorithms, planning algorithms, computer vision, learning algorithms and natural language processing, among others. Prerequisite: CSC 233. Recommended prerequisite: CSC 232. Typically offered annually. Not offered pass/fail.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
CSC 233 1 course

Spring Semester information

Steven Bogaerts

330A: Artificial Intelligence