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Course Code Course Title Course Planner Lectures Tutorials Practicals Credits

CAP653 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 18710::Navpreet Kaur 3 0 0 3

Course Weightage ATT: 5 CA: 25 MTT: 20 ETT: 50 Exam Category: 55: Mid Term Exam: All Subjective – End Term Exam: All

Subjective

Course Orientation KNOWLEDGE ENHANCEMENT, RESEARCH

TextBooks ( T )

Sr No Title Author Publisher Name

T-1 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE A STUART RUSSELL AND PEARSON

MODERN APPROACH PETER NORVIG

Reference Books ( R )

Sr No Title Author Publisher Name

R-1 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE GEORGE F. LUGER PEARSON

R-2 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE RICH ,KNIGHT MC GRAW HILL

Other Reading ( OR )

OR-1 http://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q=23675&tip=sid&clean=0 ,

Relevant Websites ( RW )

Sr No (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) Salient Features

RW-1 http://courses.cs.vt.edu/~csonline/AI/Lessons/ Tuotorials

Weeks before MTE 7

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Weeks After MTE 7

Spill Over (Lecture) 7

Week Lecture Broad Topic(Sub Topic) Chapters/Sections of Other Readings, Lecture Description Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool Live Examples

Number Number Text/reference Relevant Websites, Demonstration/

books Audio Visual Aids, Case Study /

software and Virtual Images /

Labs animation / ppt

etc. Planned

Week 1 Lecture 1 Introduction and Overview T-1 RW-1 L1: Introductory lecture L1: Student will learn Presentation with Six sensor

(Applications of AI) R-1 L2: Introduction to the the need and the white board and washing

R-2 general objective of discussion machine,

concept of Artificial this subject. Driverless car,

Intelligence, various L2: Students will be Robots.

applications and able to understand the

approaches of definition of artificial

Artificial Intelligence intelligence and the

approaches of AI

Introduction and Overview T-1 RW-1 L1: Introductory lecture L1: Student will learn Presentation with Six sensor

(Introduction to artificial R-1 L2: Introduction to the the need and the white board and washing

intelligence) R-2 general objective of discussion machine,

concept of Artificial this subject. Driverless car,

Intelligence, various L2: Students will be Robots.

applications and able to understand the

approaches of definition of artificial

Artificial Intelligence intelligence and the

approaches of AI

Lecture 2 Introduction and Overview T-1 RW-1 L1: Introductory lecture L1: Student will learn Presentation with Six sensor

(Applications of AI) R-1 L2: Introduction to the the need and the white board and washing

R-2 general objective of discussion machine,

concept of Artificial this subject. Driverless car,

Intelligence, various L2: Students will be Robots.

applications and able to understand the

approaches of definition of artificial

Artificial Intelligence intelligence and the

approaches of AI

Introduction and Overview T-1 RW-1 L1: Introductory lecture L1: Student will learn Presentation with Six sensor

(Introduction to artificial R-1 L2: Introduction to the the need and the white board and washing

intelligence) R-2 general objective of discussion machine,

concept of Artificial this subject. Driverless car,

Intelligence, various L2: Students will be Robots.

applications and able to understand the

approaches of definition of artificial

Artificial Intelligence intelligence and the

approaches of AI

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week 1 Lecture 3 Introduction and Overview T-1 OR-1 Various approaches of Students will learn Presentation with

(Turing test) RW-5 Artificial Intelligence the different white board and

approaches of AI discussion

Introduction and Overview T-1 OR-1 Various approaches of Students will learn Presentation with

(Approaches of artificial RW-5 Artificial Intelligence the different white board and

intelligence) approaches of AI discussion

Week 2 Lecture 4 Introduction and Overview T-1 RW-1 Introduction to Students will learn Discussion with Google map

(Problem solving) R-2 RW-5 different types of various types of ppt

problem, states, problem and the

operators and state space different states of

problem

Introduction and Overview T-1 RW-1 Introduction to Students will learn Discussion with Google map

(States and State space) R-2 RW-5 different types of various types of ppt

problem, states, problem and the

operators and state space different states of

problem

Introduction and Overview T-1 RW-1 Introduction to Students will learn Discussion with Google map

(Problem types) R-2 RW-5 different types of various types of ppt

problem, states, problem and the

operators and state space different states of

problem

Lecture 5 Introduction and Overview T-1 OR-1 Formulation of different Students will Presentation with Water jug

(Formulating problems - RW-1 problems understand the white board and problem, 8-

Water jug problem, 8 Puzzle different types of discussion puzzle problem

problem, Missionaries and problem

cannibals problem)

Lecture 6 Introduction and Overview T-1 RW-2 Introduction to Students will learn Discussion with Traveling

(Introduction to uninformed informed and various search ppt salesman

and informed search uninformed search strategies to solve problem

strategies) strategies problems

Week 3 Lecture 7 Informed Search Strategies T-1 RW-1 Introduction to Students will learn Discussion with Traveling

(Heuristic functions) R-2 RW-4 heuristic function and how to calculate ppt salesperson

evaluation function estimated and actual problem

cost for solving a

problem

Informed Search Strategies T-1 RW-1 Introduction to Students will learn Discussion with Traveling

(Evaluation function) R-2 RW-4 heuristic function and how to calculate ppt salesperson

evaluation function estimated and actual problem

cost for solving a

problem

Lecture 8 Informed Search Strategies T-1 OR-1 Best First Search Students will learn Discussion with Traveling

(Best first search) R-1 RW-1 algorithm is to be how goal state will be ppt and whiteboard salesperson

RW-4 discussed with example achieved with best problem

first search technique

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week 3 Lecture 9 Informed Search Strategies T-1 OR-1 A* algorithm is to Students will learn Discussion with Traveling

(A* algorithm) R-1 RW-1 be discussed with the how the goal state is ppt and whiteboard salesperson

RW-4 help of example achieved with the problem

help of A star

algorithm

Week 4 Lecture 10 Informed Search Strategies T-1 OR-1 Iterative deepening Students will Discussion with Traveling

(Iterative deepening A* R-2 RW-1 A* algorithm is to be understand that how ppt and whiteboard salesperson

(IDA)) RW-4 discussed with the help the goal state is problem

of example achieved with IDA*

algorithm

Lecture 11 Informed Search Strategies T-1 RW-5 SMA star Students will learn Discussion with

(Small memory A*(SMA)) R-1 algorithm is to be how to find the goal ppt and whiteboard

discussed with example state with a bounded

memory

Lecture 12 Informed Search Strategies T-1 RW-4 Adversial search Students will Discussion with Tic-Tac-Toe,

(Game playing - Perfect R-2 RW-5 is to be discussed in understand the ppt chess

decision game) detail difference between

perfect and imperfect

decision game

Informed Search Strategies T-1 RW-4 Adversial search Students will Discussion with Tic-Tac-Toe,

(Imperfect decision game) R-2 RW-5 is to be discussed in understand the ppt chess

detail difference between

perfect and imperfect

decision game

Week 5 Lecture 13 Informed Search Strategies T-1 RW-4 Alpha beta Students will Discussion with

(Alpha-beta pruning) R-2 RW-5 pruning is to be understand alpha beta ppt and whiteboard

discussed with example pruning along with

alpha cut and beta cut

Lecture 14 Reasoning-Representation T-1 RW-4 Introduction to Students will be able Discussion with

(Inference) R-1 RW-5 inference and various to understand the ppt and whiteboard

R-2 syntax of propositional boolean algebra

logic functions

Reasoning-Representation T-1 RW-4 Introduction to Students will be able Discussion with

(Propositional Logic) R-1 RW-5 inference and various to understand the ppt and whiteboard

R-2 syntax of propositional boolean algebra

logic functions

Lecture 15 Reasoning-Representation T-1 RW-1 Introduction to Students will Discussion with Formal system

(Predicate logic (first order RW-5 predicate logic and understand the formal ppt used in

logic)) logical reasoning with and informal logic mathematics,

example philosophy

Reasoning-Representation T-1 RW-1 Introduction to Students will Discussion with Formal system

(Logical reasoning) RW-5 predicate logic and understand the formal ppt used in

logical reasoning with and informal logic mathematics,

example philosophy

Reasoning-Representation T-1 RW-1 Introduction to Students will Discussion with Formal system

(Resolution and clausal RW-5 predicate logic and understand the formal ppt used in

form) logical reasoning with and informal logic mathematics,

example philosophy

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week 6 Lecture 16 Test 1

Lecture 17 Reasoning-Representation T-1 RW-1 Introduction to Students will be able Discussion with It is used in

(Forward chaining) R-1 RW-5 forward chaining and to understand the ppt automated

backward chaining representation logic theorem provers,

along with example inference

engines, proof

assistants and

other artificial

intelligence

applications

Reasoning-Representation T-1 RW-1 Introduction to Students will be able Discussion with It is used in

(Backward chaining) R-1 RW-5 forward chaining and to understand the ppt automated

backward chaining representation logic theorem provers,

along with example inference

engines, proof

assistants and

other artificial

intelligence

applications

Lecture 18 Reasoning-Representation T-1 RW-5 Introduction to Students will be able Discussion with

(AI languages and tools - R-1 RW-7 LISP language, to understand the lisp ppt

Lisp) R-2 Resolution and clausal language tools

form representation

Week 7 Lecture 19 Reasoning-Representation T-1 Artificial Students will be able Discussion with A high-level

(Prolog) R-1 Intelligence to ppt computer

R-2 Programming in Prolog understand the programming

representation of language first

Prolog programming devised for

artificial

intelligence

applications.

SPILL OVER

Week 7 Lecture 20 Spill Over

Lecture 21 Spill Over

MID-TERM

Week 8 Lecture 22 Planning(Basic T-1 RW-1 Representation of Students will learn Discussion with

representation of plans) R-2 RW-5 planning strategies and the fundamentals for ppt

RW-6 introduction to partial representation of

order planning basic planning

Planning(Partial order T-1 RW-1 Representation of Students will learn Discussion with

planning) R-2 RW-5 planning strategies and the fundamentals for ppt

RW-6 introduction to partial representation of

order planning basic planning

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week 8 Lecture 22 Planning(Total Order T-1 RW-1 Representation of Students will learn Discussion with

Planning) R-2 RW-5 planning strategies and the fundamentals for ppt

RW-6 introduction to partial representation of

order planning basic planning

Lecture 23 Planning(Planning in the T-1 RW-5 Conditional Students will be able Peer to peer

blocks world) planning and Blocks to understand the learning and

world problem are to be block world planning Discussion with

discussed with example along ppt

with its objectives

Planning(Hierarchical T-1 RW-5 Conditional Students will be able Peer to peer

planning) R-2 planning and Blocks to understand the learning and

world problem are to be block world planning Discussion with

discussed with example along ppt

with its objectives

Planning(Conditional T-1 RW-5 Conditional Students will be able Peer to peer

planning) R-2 planning and Blocks to understand the learning and

world problem are to be block world planning Discussion with

discussed with example along ppt

with its objectives

Lecture 24 Planning(Representation of T-1 RW-1 Introduction to Students will be able Peer to peer

resource constraints) R-2 resource constraints, to learning and

time constraints understand the discussion with ppt

planning strategy for

Temporal constraints

and resource

constraints

Planning(Temporal T-1 RW-1 Introduction to Students will be able Peer to peer

constraints) resource constraints, to learning and

time constraints understand the discussion with ppt

planning strategy for

Temporal constraints

and resource

constraints

Week 9 Lecture 25 Uncertainty(Basic T-1 RW-1 Probability Students will be able Blend of

probability) R-2 RW-5 Models for to powerpoint

Artificial Intelligence understand the Basic presentation and

probability theory for discussion

uncertainty

Uncertainty(Introduction to T-1 RW-1 Probability Students will be able Blend of

uncertainty) R-2 RW-5 Models for to powerpoint

Artificial Intelligence understand the Basic presentation and

probability theory for discussion

uncertainty

Uncertainty(Prior T-1 RW-1 Probability Students will be able Blend of

probability) R-2 RW-5 Models for to powerpoint

Artificial Intelligence understand the Basic presentation and

probability theory for discussion

uncertainty

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week 9 Lecture 25 Uncertainty(Posterior T-1 RW-1 Probability Students will be able Blend of

Probability) R-2 RW-5 Models for to powerpoint

Artificial Intelligence understand the Basic presentation and

probability theory for discussion

uncertainty

Lecture 26 Uncertainty(Bayes rule) T-1 RW-1 Bayes rule is to be Students will learn Discussion with

R-2 RW-5 discussed in detail with that how to calculate ppt and whiteboard

example the probability

Uncertainty(Belief T-1 RW-1 Bayes rule is to be Students will learn Discussion with

networks) R-2 RW-5 discussed in detail with that how to calculate ppt and whiteboard

example the probability

Lecture 27 Test 2

Week 10 Lecture 28 Uncertainty(Default T-1 RW-1 Default Reasoning Students will be able Discussion using

reasoning) to PowerPoint

understand the presentation and

different types of white board.

default reasoning

Lecture 29 Uncertainty(Fuzzy sets and T-1 RW-1 The Role of Fuzzy Students will be able Discussion using

fuzzy logic) R-1 Logic to PowerPoint

R-2 in Artificial Intelligence understand the presentation and

representation for white board.

Fuzzy sets and fuzzy

logic

Lecture 30 Uncertainty(Decision T-1 RW-5 Decision Theory Students will be able Discussion using

theoretic expert systems) in to PowerPoint

Expert Systems and understand the presentation and

Artificial Intelligence decision tree for white board

expert system

Week 11 Lecture 31 Uncertainty(Decision trees) T-1 RW-3 Representation of Students will be able Discussion using

RW-6 Decision tree to PowerPoint

construction understand the presentation and

Decision trees white board

representation

Lecture 32 Inductive learning and T-1 RW-1 Need and types of Students will be able Discussion and

Communication(Need of R-2 RW-4 learning to PowerPoint

learning) understand the need Presentation

of learning

Inductive learning and T-1 RW-1 Need and types of Students will be able Discussion and

Communication(Types of R-2 RW-4 learning to PowerPoint

learning) understand the need Presentation

of learning

Lecture 33 Inductive learning and T-1 RW-1 Supervised and Students will be able Discussion using

Communication(Supervised RW-5 unsupervised learning to differentiate PowerPoint

learning) RW-6 supervised and presentation and

unsupervised learning white board

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week 11 Lecture 33 Inductive learning and T-1 RW-1 Supervised and Students will be able Discussion using

Communication RW-5 unsupervised learning to differentiate PowerPoint

(Unsupervised learning) RW-6 learning presentation and

white board

Week 12 Lecture 34 Inductive learning and T-1 RW-1 Rule based learning and Student will Discussion using

Communication(Rule based RW-6 reinforcement learning understand the rule PowerPoint

learning) based learning and presentation and

reinforcement white board

learning by its

example

Inductive learning and T-1 RW-1 Rule based learning and Student will Discussion using

Communication RW-6 reinforcement learning understand the rule PowerPoint

(Reinforcement learning) based learning and presentation and

reinforcement white board

learning by its

example

Lecture 35 Inductive learning and T-1 RW-1 Inductive learning and Student will Discussion using

Communication(Inductive RW-6 machine learning understand the PowerPoint

learning) inductive learning presentation and

and machine learning white board

by its example

Inductive learning and T-1 RW-1 Inductive learning and Student will Discussion using

Communication(Machine RW-6 machine learning understand the PowerPoint

learning) inductive learning presentation and

and machine learning white board

by its example

Lecture 36 Inductive learning and T-1 OR-1 Discussion on Students will be able Blend of Power

Communication(Natural RW-5 natural to Point Presentation

language processing) Language processing understand the with AV aid

features linguistic and

language

processing

Inductive learning and T-1 OR-1 Discussion on Students will be able Blend of Power

Communication(Phases of RW-5 natural to Point Presentation

natural language processing) Language processing understand the with AV aid

features linguistic and

language

processing

Week 13 Lecture 37 Test 3

Lecture 38 Inductive learning and T-1 RW-1 Neural network Students will be able Discussion using Pattern

Communication(Neural RW-5 and Artificial neural to understand about Power Point recognition

network and artificial neural network artificial neurons Presentation

network)

Lecture 39 Inductive learning and T-1 Mathematical Students will be able Discussion using

Communication(Formal formulas to power point

grammar) of formal language and understand the presentation

grammar representation of

Formal grammar

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week 14 Lecture 40 Inductive learning and T-1 RW-2 Statistical parsing Students will be able Discussion using

Communication(Parsing) RW-3 description context free to understand the PowerPoint

grammar and word learning presentation and

statistics environment for white board.

system

SPILL OVER

Week 14 Lecture 41 Spill Over

Lecture 42 Spill Over

Week 15 Lecture 43 Spill Over

Lecture 44 Spill Over

Lecture 45 Spill Over

Test 50

Test 50

Test 50

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Academic Task Objective Detail of Academic Task Nature of Academic Academic Task Marks Allottment /

Task Mode submission

(group/individuals) Week

Test 1 To evaluate the Introduction and Overview: Turing test, Applications of AI, Individual Offline 30 5/6

student performance Approaches of artificial

intelligence, Introduction to artificial intelligence, Problem solving,

Formulating

problems - Water jug problem, 8 Puzzle problem, Missionaries and

cannibals problem,

States and State space, Problem types, Introduction to uninformed

and informed

search strategies

Informed Search Strategies: Best first search, A* algorithm,

Heuristic functions,

Iterative deepening A*(IDA), Small memory A* (SMA), Game

playing - Perfect

decision game, Imperfect decision game, Evaluation function,

Alpha-beta pruning

Reasoning-Representation: Inference, Propositional Logic,

Predicate logic (first

order logic), Logical reasoning

Test 2 To evaluate the Reasoning-Representation: Forward chaining, Backward chaining, Individual Offline 30 9 / 10

student performance AI languages

and tools - Lisp, Prolog, Resolution and clausal form

Planning: Basic representation of plans, Partial order planning,

Planning in the

blocks world, Hierarchical planning, Conditional planning,

Representation of resource

constraints, Temporal constraints, Total Order Planning

Uncertainty: Introduction to uncertainty, Basic probability, Prior

probability, Posterior Probability, Bayes rule, Belief network

Test 3 To evaluate the Uncertainty: Default reasoning, Fuzzy sets and fuzzy logic, Individual Offline 30 11 / 12

student performance Decision theoretic expert systems, Decision trees

Inductive learning and Communication: Rule based learning,

Reinforcement learning, Natural language processing, Need of

learning, Types of learning, Supervised learning, Unsupervised

learning, Inductive learning,

Machine learning, Neural network and artificial neural network,

Phases of natural language processing

An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves

updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

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