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  Jan 22, 2018
2017-2019 Graduate Catalog
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CSE 5130 - Computational Intelligence

(4 credits)

This course covers fundamental notions of modern artificial intelligence and fuzzy logic. Topics include: problem solving (informed search methods); knowledge and reasoning (inference in first-order logic); planning/acting; reasoning under uncertainty (probabilistic reasoning systems, decision making) and fuzzy inferences (Mamdani, Sugeno, and Tsukamoto); parameter identification and learning from observations (neural and belief networks, Genetic algorithms). The course will also discuss recent applications of artificial intelligence (such as Chess, Othello, robot navigation), and fuzzy logic (fuzzy controllers). Formerly CSE 513.

Prerequisite(s): Student must meet prerequisites (APM 2663 and CSI 5007) or equivalent.

Course revisions made after the Graduate Catalog publication date will be posted in the Graduate Catalog Addendum.

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