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Welcome to the Artificial Intelligence Website for Undergraduate students.
Students will be able to access Lecture notes, class schedule information, grading policy criteria, Policies, Books, related links, Tutorials, Assignments, Sample Papers and Results of Quizzes. Moreover, students and online visitors will be able to view AI-Class video lectures relevant to this class.

[UPDATED ON: 1-Jan-2012]
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Good Luck for the Final Exam:

The paper is 40% objective and 60% Subjective.
Objective Portion is from Slides 6 to 12
Subjective Portion contains 6 Questions from Lectures 6, 7, 7, 8, 9 and 10 respectively.

- Lectures 1 to 12 are uploaded in Lecture Notes

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ON DEMAND AI-CLASS PODCAST AND DEMOs

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For comments/suggestions/queries or further information please feel free to Contact me on Email [adeel@uettaxila.edu.pk] or Chat with me on MSN!
You may also Add me to your contact list! for later reference.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course will introduce the basic principles in Artificial Intelligence research.
It will cover simple representation schemes, problem solving paradigms, constraint propagation, and search strategies. Areas of application such as knowledge representation, natural language processing, expert systems, vision and robotics will be explored. The Prolog programming language will also be introduced.
Prolog (PROgrammation et LOGique) is a logic programming language widely utilized in Artificial Intelligence. It is a high-level programming language which enables the user to build programs by stating what they want the program to do rather than how it should do it. Due to Prolog"s grounding in first-order predicate logic it is intended to be more analogous with human deductive reasoning than other programming languages.


 
 

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