Einführung in die Künstliche Intelligenz (SS 2019)
- For a general course description please read the corresponding pages from the WIAI module guide.
- You find administrative information at UnivIS.
- To get up-to-date information you should sign up for the course in the virtual campus.
- Recommended for bachelor students in the 4th semester.
- This course updates and replaces the module “Intelligente Agenten”, i.e., you cannot register for this module if you have already taken “Intelligente Agenten”.
- Joint course with Diedrich Wolter (SME).
General text books on AI:
- Stuart Russel and Peter Norvig (2003). Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach.Prentice Hall. The mostly used text book in the field.
- A comparison of AI textbooks by Stuart Russel.
- Raymond Kurzweil (1992). http://www-mitpress.mit.edu/catalog/item/default.asp?sid=14477486-22C8-4EEC-89FA-30BFAFDC565E&ttype=2&tid=3308 The Age of Intelligent Machines. MIT Press.
This is not a scientific text book but a most motivating, comprehensive book for a broad readership.
- Homepages of AAAI
- Homepage of GI Fachbereich 1 - Künstliche Intelligenz
- How many AI people does it take to change a lightbulb?
- ICAPS with Planning Competition
- Tools for Learning AI: AISpace
- SWI Prolog
- Racket (Lisp)
- Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
- Problem Spaces and Search
- Heuristic Search, Branch and Bound, A*
- Search in Game Trees, Monte-Carlo Tree Search
- Knowledge Representation Classics -- semantic networks, frames, CSPs
- Classical Logics: Propositional Logic and First Order Logic
- Resolution Calculus and Prolog
- Non-Classical Logics: default, tms, Bayes, probabilistic, modal, epistemic, temporal
- Machine Learning
- Object and Scene Recognition
- Language Processing
- Cognitive AI
- Situated and Embodied AI
- Applications of AI
- Ethical Aspects of AI
- Open Questions of AI