CS3331 Basics of Applied Artificial Intelligence

Basics of artificial-intelligence concepts illustrated with military examples.  Topics include knowledge representation, logical reasoning, probabilistic reasoning, heuristic search, agent-based systems, and social artificial intelligence.  The course is designed for students who are not computer-science majors.

Prerequisite

This is the second course in the certificate of Artificial Intelligence for Military Use.

Lecture Hours

4

Lab Hours

0

Quarter Offered

  • Fall

Outcomes

  1. Students can define and recognize key artificial-intelligence concepts in knowledge representation, logical reasoning, probabilistic reasoning, heuristic search, and agent-based systems. -- Students can recommend appropriate artificial-intelligence techniques for key applications including advisory systems, planning systems, natural-language understanding, computer vision, and sensor systems. -- Students can decide when the use of artificial intelligence techniques is appropriate at all. -- Students can formulate approaches to solving specific problems using artificial intelligence.