Computer Science


Artificial Intelligence: COMPSCI 367 Semester 2, City Campus


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Prerequisites

COMPSCI 220, COMPSCI 225
 
Assessment

30% assignments, 70% examination.
Note: You need to pass the practical and the theory component to pass this course.
Lecturers

Dr. Michael Barley (supervisor) barley @ cs.auckland.ac.nz
Assoc. Prof. Ian Watson ian @ cs.auckland.ac.nz
Dr. Jiamou Liu jiamou.liu @ auckland.ac.nz
Tutors

TBA
Markers

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Class Rep.

TBA
Texts Required

Stuart J. Russell and Peter Norvig. Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach. 3rd Edition. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, 2009.  (visit the book's website)
Texts Recommended

Description

Students will become familiar with the foundations of artificial intelligence, from symbolic reasoning, rule-based reasoning and techniques based on knowledge engineering and representation, through machine learning to planning and agent technology.
Policy on Cheating and Plagiarism

The Department of Computer Science's policy on cheating and plagiarism can be found at: Academic Honesty
Seeking Assistance

For assistance with course material and course work you should visit the course lecturer during their published office hours. The Department of Computer Science also has a team of support staff (see the posters around the labs for support contacts) who are happy to provide guidance on more general issues to do with your study in computer science.
Catching up on Missed Material

If you miss a lecture, you should catch up as soon as possible by reading the corresponding lecture notes that are available online. If you miss the deadline for an assignment and have a valid reason, you should see the course supervisor. If you miss the test/exam for any valid reason, or you sit the test/exam but believe that your performance was impaired for some reason, then you may be able to apply for an aegrotat, compassionate or special pass consideration. For more detailed information, refer to the University of Auckland's Calendar.
Course Information Sheet

For information of where the lectures are given, the due dates of assignments, the schedule of the lectures, and a lot more information about this course, read the course information sheet.


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