MIT 6.034 Artificial Intelligence, Fall 2010
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Instructor: Patrick Winston
We consider a block-stacking program, which can answer questions about its own behavior, and then identify an animal given a list of its characteristics. Finally, we discuss how to extract knowledge from an expert, using the example of bagging groceries.
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Tagged under: system diagram,subroutine,trace,behavior,heuristics,knowledge engineering, chaining, chaining,deduction,elaboration graph,goal tree,rule based,expert system
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