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Mechatronics Department

Acharya Institute of Technology


Acharya Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Road,
Bangalore-560107
Course File
(Chandrashekhar.L)
A) Course Administrator Details
Course Title

Course Code

Core/Elective

Semester

Year

Artificial Intelligence

10MT753

ELECTIVE

VII

2015-16

Contact Hours/ week

Lecture

4 Hours/ week

52

Department
Name of the faculty with
Designation and mail ID

Tutorials

Practical

NA

Chandrashekhar.L , Assistant Professor Grade-3


chandrashekharl@acharya.ac.in

Prerequisites for the Course


1.Basic Knowledge of Analyzing the Logic & Developing an
(exemption from the prerequisitesAlgorithm.
is provided only in exceptional
circumstances)
2.Biological behavior of Human Brain.
3.Knowledge of Micro Organisms causing infection in human Beings.
4. Knowledge of Various Mineral Ores & there Properties.
5.Knowledge of FOPL-First Order Predicate Logic.

B) Course Related Specifics


Syllabus ( from VTU manual www.vtu.in)

Mechatronics Engineering , Acharya Institute of Technology.

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Sub Code: 10MT753
Hrs/week: 04
Total Lecture Hrs: 52

IA Marks: 25
Exam Hours: 03
Exam Marks: 100

PART A
Unit 1: Artificial Intelligence: Introduction, defining, underlying assumption, importance f A1, Al
and related fields. 6 Hrs
Unit 2: Space Representation: Defining a problem, Production systems and its characteristics,
Search and Control strategies Generate and Test, Hill Climbing, Best First Search, Problem
reduction Constraint Satisfaction, Means Ends Analysis. 7 Hrs
Unit 3: Knowledge Representation Issues: Representation and Mappings, Types of Knowledge
Procedural Vs Declarative, Logic programming. Forward Vs Backward reasoning, Matching. 7 Hrs
Unit 4: Use of Predicate Logic: Representing simple facts, Instance and Isa relationships, Syntax
and Semantics for Prepositional logic, FOPL and properties of Wffs, Conversion to clausal form,
Resolution, Natural deduction. 6 Hrs
PART B
Unit 5: Statistical and Probabilistic Reasoning: Symbolic reasoning under uncertainty, Probability
and Bayers theorem, Certainity factors and rule based systems, Bayesian Networks, Shafer Theory,
Fuzzy Logic. 7 Hrs
Unit 6: Expert Systems: Structure and uses, Representing and using domain knowledge, Expert
System Shells, Pattern recognition learning classification patterns, recognizing and understanding
speech. Introduction to knowledge Acquisition, Types of Learning. 7 Hrs
Unit 7: Typical Expert Systems: MYCIN, Variants of MYCIN, PROSPECTOR, DENDRAL,
PUFF, ETC. 6 Hrs
Unit 8: Introduction to Machine Learning: Perceptions, Checker Playing Examples, Learning
automata, Genetic Algorithms, Intelligent editors. 6 Hrs
Text Books:
1. Artificial Intelligence, Elaine Rich & Kelvin Knight, M/H 1983.
2. Introduction to Al & ED, Dan w. Patterson, Prentice Hall of India, 1999.
Reference Books:
1. Principles of Artificial intelligence, Springer Vertag, Berlin, 1981.
2. Artificial intelligence in business, Science & Industry, Wendy B, Ranch
3. A guide to Expert systems, Waterman, D. A. Addison Wesley inc. 1986.
4. Building Expert Systems, Hayes, Roth, Waterman, D. A. Addison Wesley, 1983.
Course Objectives

1.Students are taught the Importance of AI in developing Machines like


Robots.
2. Students are motivated to understand the Various Real Time
Algorithms.
3.Students are made to analyze the problem & Develop an optimum
solution.

Mechatronics Engineering , Acharya Institute of Technology.

4.Students are taught about Expert Systems in detecting Bacteria


,Mineral ores ,Organic Molecules & in Analysing the Pulmonary
Function Data.
5.Students are motivated to learn Pattern Recognition Systems &
Genetic Algorithms.
Recommended Text Books
1. Artificial Intelligence, Elaine Rich & Kelvin Knight, M/H 1983.
2. Introduction to Al & ED, Dan w. Patterson, Prentice Hall of India, 1999.

Recommended Reference Materials


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Principles of Artificial intelligence, Springer Vertag, Berlin, 1981.


Artificial intelligence in business, Science & Industry, Wendy B, Ranch
A guide to Expert systems, Waterman, D. A. Addison Wesley inc. 1986.
Building Expert Systems, Hayes, Roth, Waterman, D. A. Addison Wesley, 1983.

Course Outcomes
CO1: An ability to asses the society requirements & develop a systematic methodology in deriving the
optimum solution.
CO2: Apply and Integrate various artificial intelligence techniques in Cognitive system development
as well as Understand the importance of maintaining intelligent systems.
CO3: An ability to Incorporate statistical & probabilistic reasoning in designing Cognitive systems.
CO4: Design ,Implement & Evaluate Hardware & Software in Multi-Disciplinary platform to meet
desired applications.
Web URL: Web URL:
1.www.journals.elsevier.com/artificial-intelligence
2. https://www.edx.org/course/artificial-intelligence
3. www.imdb.com

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