- Code COMP4620
- Unit Value 6 units
- Offered by Research School of Computer Science
- Course subject Computer Science
- Academic career Undergraduate
This is an advanced undergraduate course that covers advanced topics in Artificial Intelligence. Topics vary from one offering to the next and are likely to be drawn from the following list: planning, scheduling, games, search, reasoning (constraint-based, model-based, spatial, temporal), knowledge representation, decision-making under uncertainty, reinforcement learning, agents, foundations.
The content of the course will vary at each offering. In general, through this course, students should...
- Gain both a wide and a deep knowledge of the topic(s) taught in the current instance of the course.
- Improve their skills at navigating through, and critically examining, the scientific literature on the taught topic(s).
Assignments (45%); Seminar (15%); Final Exam (40%)
30 one hour lectures
Requisite and IncompatibilityCOMP3620
Marcus Hutter (2005) Universal Artificial Intelligence, EATCS, Springer.
Shane Legg (2008) Machine Super Intelligence, Lulu, PhD thesis
Students are assumed to have solid background knowledge in general computer science (e.g., programming experience; some basic theoretical CS), but no specialist knowledge.
- Bachelor of Advanced Computing (Honours) (AACOM)
- Bachelor of Advanced Computing (Research and Development) (Honours) (AACRD)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Research and Development) (Honours) (AENRD)
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- Student Contribution Band:
- Band 2
- Unit value:
- 6 units
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