2101INT PRINCIPLES OF INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS - FINAL EXAM 2005
This exam is worth 50% of the total marks for the subject.
There are a total of 100 marks on the exam and to be eligible to
pass to course students MUST score no less than 40/100 (40%).
The exam is divided into 6 sections.
1. Artificial Intelligence - 16 marks total
- This section tests your knowledge of the history and philosophical
basis of AI. There are 3 questions worth 6, 4 and 6 respectively.
2. Search - 22 marks total
This section test your knowledge of search, search methods and how AI
problems can be viewed as search problems. There are 3 questions,
worth 8, 4, and 10, but each question has a number of parts.
The 3 questions address:
a) Search Problem Formulation
b) Tree Search
c) Uninformed Search Strategies
3. Constraint Satisfaction - 16 marks total
This section tests your knowledge of the constraint satisfaction
paradigm and the types of algorithms for solving such problems.
There are 4 questions, worth 10, 6, 3, 3 but these are divided into
parts.
The 4 questions address:
a) Constraint Satisfaction
b) Backtracking Search
c) Local Search
d) Challenges facing local search
4. Logic - 14 marks
4 questions worth 2, 3, 5 and 4, also in parts.
a) Syntax and Semantics
b) Entailment
c) Inference
d) Non-classical Logics
5. Planning - 10 marks
3 questions worth 4, 4 and 2
a) Planning methods
b) More planning methods
c) Differences between respective planning methods.
6. Biologically Inspired AI - 16 marks total
Questions are worth 8, 2 and 6
a) Artificial neurons and neural networks
b) Artifical neural computation
c) Genetic Algorithms and Genetic Programming