Backward Chaining - Artificial Intelligence - Lecture Slides, Slides for Artificial Intelligence. West Bengal University of Animal and Fishery Sciences

Artificial Intelligence

Description: Some concept of Artificial Intelligence are Agents and Problem Solving, Autonomy, Programs, Classical and Modern Planning, First-Order Logic, Resolution Theorem Proving, Search Strategies, Structure Learning. Main points of this lecture are: Backward Chaining, Resolution Preliminaries, First-Order Logic Basics, Logical Agents, Resolution Theorem Proving, Conjunctive Normal Form, Inference Rule, Single-Resolvent Form, General Form, Proof Procedure
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Lecture 15 of 41
More First-Order Logic Basics:
Backward Chaining, Resolution Preliminaries
Lecture Outline
Today’s Reading
Next Week’s Reading: Chapters 9-10, R&N
Previously: Introduction to Propositional and First-Order Logic
Monday (20 Sep 2004)
First-order logic (FOL): predicates, functions, quantifiers
Sequent rules, proof by refutation
Wednesday (22 Sep 2004)
Forward Chaining with Modus Ponens
Ontology, History of Logic, Russell’s Paradox
Unification, Logic Programming Basics
Today: Backward Chaining, Resolution Preliminaries, A Look Ahead
Next Week: Resolution, Clausal Form (CNF), Decidability of SAT
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