CPTR 430 Artificial Intelligence

Survey of foundational concepts of artificial intelligence and their applications. Students will describe methods for representing knowledge, logical inference, and effective searches; and will discuss social and ethical implications of artificial intelligence in the context of a Christian world view. Students will explain production systems, robotics, fuzzy logic, and belief networks; and will program intelligent agents, heuristic searches, and genetic algorithms. As a final research project students will explore artificial intelligence in a specific application area. Offered odd years.




CPTR 242


Computer Science