EECS 543....

is a course in knowledge systems, devoted to topics of practical concern in bringing paradigms of artificial intelligence and knowledge-based systems into real-world applications.

Course topics include matching, search, symbol manipulation, forecasting, classification, diagnosis, configuration, and information retrieval. Programming languages and paradigms explored in investigating the topics above include Lisp, rule-based systems, logic programming, evolutionary/genetic programming, and agent-based systems.


The text for the course are: Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming: Case Studies in Common Lisp by Norvig (see also here).

Last Updated: 10/9/95