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Artificial Intelligence Solving problems by searching

Artificial Intelligence Solving problems by searching

Artificial Intelligence Solving problems by searching. Fall 2008 professor: Luigi Ceccaroni. Problem solving. We want: To automatically solve a problem We need: A representation of the problem Algorithms that use some strategy to solve the problem defined in that representation.

By howie
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Duncker Diagram

Duncker Diagram

Duncker Diagram. Paul Morris CIS144 Problem Solving Methodologies. Definition. The Duncker Diagram points out ways to solve the problem by making it OK not to reach the desired state . Two General Solutions. Solutions that move from the present state to the desired state

By stu
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DO NOW #2 - PG. 12-17

DO NOW #2 - PG. 12-17

DO NOW #2 - PG. 12-17. What is the scientific method? Does the scientific method have to be followed exactly every time? Why or why not? What is the first step of the scientific method? Why do you think this is the first step? Define hypothesis.

By dragon
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Rock Cycle

Rock Cycle

Rock Cycle. Rock Cycle. rock. A naturally occurring solid mixture of one or more minerals, rock particles or organic matter. Rock Cycle. How are rocks classified?. Based on how they are formed Some originate in magma Others from sediments Others are squished and heated. Rock Cycle.

By kyrene
(388 views)

101 Dalmatians: Data Management Version for Math Lovers Everywhere!

101 Dalmatians: Data Management Version for Math Lovers Everywhere!

101 Dalmatians: Data Management Version for Math Lovers Everywhere!. By: Stephanie Mueller.

By kalila
(95 views)

Electromagnetic Waves

Electromagnetic Waves

Electromagnetic Waves. CHARITY I. MULIG. Def’n : EM Wave. Energy-carrying wave emitted by vibrating charges (often electrons) that is composed of oscillating electric and magnetic fields that regenerate one another. . The EM Spectrum.

By gavan
(81 views)

Semi-classics for non-integrable systems

Semi-classics for non-integrable systems

Semi-classics for non-integrable systems. Lecture 8 of “Introduction to Quantum Chaos”. Kicked oscillator: a model of Hamiltonian chaos. Cantorous. 1/2. 5/8. Poincare- Birkhoff fixed point theorem Homoclinic tangle: generic chaos Tori which survives the onset of chaos

By qamra
(100 views)

Hardware Control Flow Protection for Cyber-Physical Systems

Hardware Control Flow Protection for Cyber-Physical Systems

Hardware Control Flow Protection for Cyber-Physical Systems. Stanley Bak University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. (Some slides from Joel Van Der Woude ). Problem . Cyber-physical systems are vulnerable to cyber attack. Attacks on critical infrastructure bring physical consequences.

By mandel
(138 views)

Interference

Interference

Interference. From N. Bohr 1949/1983: Discussions with Einstein on Epistemological Problems in Atomic Physics, p. 27. Two possible paths. Probability. Interference. A heralded single photon source. PPKTP produces HV photon pairs

By ethan
(102 views)

Authoring of scalable multimedia documents

Authoring of scalable multimedia documents

Authoring of scalable multimedia documents . by Benoit Pellan Cyril Concolato Presenter: Balaji Sukumaran. Scalable MSTI model. It describes multimedia documents composed of several media elements and enables author-driven adaptation by introducing the concept of scalability.

By cheung
(147 views)

Learning HMM parameters

Learning HMM parameters

Learning HMM parameters. Sushmita Roy BMI/CS 576 www.biostat.wisc.edu/bmi576/ sroy@biostat.wisc.edu Oct 31 st , 2013. Recall the three questions in HMMs. Given a sequence of observations how likely is it an HMM to have generated it? Forward algorithm

By lucian
(103 views)

Science & Technology: Chapter 1 Section 2

Science & Technology: Chapter 1 Section 2

Science & Technology: Chapter 1 Section 2. Learning Targets: 1. I can explain what the scientific inquiry involves. 2. I can describe how to develop a hypothesis and design an experiment. 3. I can distinguish between manipulated and responding variables.

By taurus
(60 views)

24.1 The Study of Light

24.1 The Study of Light

The Doppler Effect. 24.1 The Study of Light .  The Doppler effect is the apparent change in frequency of electromagnetic or sound waves caused by the relative motions of the source and the observer.

By abner
(141 views)

Chapter 19 Chemical Thermodynamics

Chapter 19 Chemical Thermodynamics

Chemistry: The Central Science , 10th edition Theodore L. Brown, H. Eugene LeMay, Jr., and Bruce E. Bursten. Chapter 19 Chemical Thermodynamics. Todd Austell, The University of North Carolina  2006, Pearson Prentice Hall. Yes. Nonspontaneous processes can never occur.

By rhona
(112 views)

Session V: Panel on “Evolution and Future Trend for XBRL Development”

Session V: Panel on “Evolution and Future Trend for XBRL Development”

Session V: Panel on “Evolution and Future Trend for XBRL Development”. Session Chair: Mary MacBain , President and Director of KSCPAs 8:00 – 9:30 Overland Park, KS April 2013 . Panel Members. Efrim Boritz , University of Waterloo Eric E. Cohen , PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

By rhian
(134 views)

Preview of Ch. 7

Preview of Ch. 7

Preview of Ch. 7. The use of this abstract calculus of variations in mechanics! More details next time! Hamilton’s Principle

By ananda
(124 views)

Dynamic Programming Viterbi

Dynamic Programming Viterbi

Dynamic Programming Viterbi. Today. Take a look at dynamic programming algorithms Walk through some examples Simple chart parse Viterbi example (from speech) Viterbi example (from POS tagging). Dynamic Programming.

By gayora
(148 views)

CS137: Electronic Design Automation

CS137: Electronic Design Automation

CS137: Electronic Design Automation. Day 2: January 6, 2006 Spatial Routing. Today. Idea Challenges Path Selection Victimization Allocation Methodology Quality, Timing Parallelism Mesh FPGA Implementation. CS137a: Day22. Global/Detail. With limited switching ( e.g. FPGA)

By tia
(152 views)

Interdomain Traffic Engineering in a Loc/Id Separation Context INM'08 October 19, 2008

Interdomain Traffic Engineering in a Loc/Id Separation Context INM'08 October 19, 2008

Interdomain Traffic Engineering in a Loc/Id Separation Context INM'08 October 19, 2008 http://inl.info.ucl.ac.be D. Saucez , B. Donnet, L. Iannone, O. Bonaventure Université catholique de Louvain. Path Selection Problem?. Multi-Homing (MH) ‏.

By rumor
(135 views)

Wire Efficient Topology

Wire Efficient Topology

Wire Efficient Topology. In the 3D world. For n nodes, bisection area is O(n 2/3 ) For large n, bisection bandwidth is limited to O(n 2/3 ) Bill Dally, IEEE TPDS, [Dal90a] For fixed bisection bandwidth, low-dimensional k-ary n-cubes are better (otherwise higher is better)

By rhea
(115 views)

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