Past Exam for CPSC 420 - ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE with Choe at Texas A&M (A&M)

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Material Type:Final
University:Texas A&M University
  • Different Values
  • Observation
  • Consequence
  • Independence
  • Contrapositive
  • Probabilistic
  • Relationship
  • Exam Question
  • Interpretation
  • Uncertainty
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CPSC420-200 Final Exam (5/8/2005, Mon)1 Last name: , First name: Time: 3:30pm-5:30pm (2 hours), Total Points: 100 Subject Score First-order logic /45 Uncertainty /15 Probabilistic reasoning /26 Learning /30 Natural language processing /9 Total /125 . The total adds up to 125, but your final score will be min(raw score,100). For example, if you solve all problems and get 85 points total, then your score will be min(85,100) = 85. If you get 112 points total, then your score will be min(112,100) = 100. So, if you have time, solve all problems! . Be as succinct (i.e., brief) as possible. . Read the questions carefully to see what kind of answer is expected (explain blah in terms of ... blah). . Total of 11 pages, including this cover and the Appendix at the end. Before starting, count the pages and see if you have all 11 . . Problems are on both sides of each sheet. . This is a closed-book, closed-note exam. . You may rip off the last page (Appendix) to view it while solving the logic problem...

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