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School of Computer Science and Software Engineering

CITS3001 Algorithms, Agents and Artificial Intelligence

A rough schedule of topics is given below, but note that this is subject to change.

Week Date Lecture
Reading Lab sheet
Workshop
1 29 July Introduction and Review Chs. 2-3, CLRS Lab 0 Workshop 0
2 5 August String Algorithms Chs. 32 & 15, CLRS Lab 1 Workshop 1
3 12 August Optimisation Chs. 34-35, CLRS Lab 2 Workshop 2
4 19 August Agents Chs. 1-3, AIMA Lab 3 Workshop 3
5 26 August Uninformed search algorithms
Ch. 3, AIMA Lab 4 Workshop 4
6 2 September Informed search algorithms Ch. 4, AIMA Lab 5 Project Discussion
7 9 September Game-playing Ch. 5, AIMA Lab 6 MS Test Revision
8 16 September Sequential decision problems Ch17, AIMA Project Midsemester Test
9 23 September Learning agents Ch. 18, AIMA Workshop 7

30 September Non-teaching Study Period
10 7 October Reinforcement learning Ch. 21, AIMA Project Test Review
11 14 October Logical agents Chs. 7-9, AIMA Logical Agents continued
and First Order Resolution
12 21 October Planning and acting Chs. 10-11, AIMA Project Tournament

Lectures take place in the Woolnough Lecture Theatre on Mondays from 10am-12pm and they start in Week 1. Students are expected to attend all lectures.

Workshops take place in the Woolnough Lecture Theatre on Thursdays from 1-2pm and they start in Week 1. Students are expected to attend all workshops.

Labs take place in CSSE:2.03 (Tuesday 9-10, 2-4 and 4-6). They start in Week 1. The labs can be completed using any operating system but programming exercises should be completed in Java.


Lectures on the web:

Recordings of the lectures and workshops are available through LCS. (Last year's lectures should be available here.)

If you find any errors in the notes, or if you feel that something could be explained more fully in the notes, please email me.


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