CSC 740 - Artificial Intelligence
3 Credit(s) This course discusses fundamental concepts of artificial intelligence. The course presents the core concepts of intelligent systems like problem solving, reasoning, decision-making, and learning. The course explores variety of artificial intelligence techniques, and their application and limitations. Major topics include: problem solving, heuristic search, knowledge representation, planning, expert systems, learning, neural networks, language processing. Three lecture hours per week.
Prerequisites: CSC 715 and matriculated in a computer science graduate program, or permission of graduate program coordinator.