Held Wednesday, April 5, 2000
Today, we consider the predicate calculus and how it is used to implement ``intelligent'' systems.
Question 35 for discussion today: Model some set of relationships (preferably something other than family trees) with the predicate calculus.
Question 36 for discussion on Friday: Model some set of relationships (preferably something other than family trees) with the predicate calculus.
These notes are adapted from notes from Henry Walker.
[Esc] X doctor. Note that the
[Esc]is the key at the upper-left side of the keyboard.
[Enter]key twice after each of your responses.
Saturday, 22 January 2000
Wednesday, 5 April 2000
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