CMSI 630 Artificial Intelligence
3 semester hours
Introduction to the fundamental concepts behind the implementation of human-level intelligence in computer systems. Agent architectures, problem-solving methods, heuristic search, game playing, knowledge representation, frames, inheritance and common-sense reasoning, neural networks, genetic algorithms, conceptual clustering, and current research in the field.
Prerequisites: CMSI 385 and CMSI 386 or consent of the instructor.