The Department of Computer Science & Engineering
CSE 663: ADVANCED TOPICS IN KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION & REASONING (Fall 2003)
|Instructor:||Prof. William J. Rapaport|
|Times:||MWF 12:00 noon - 12:50 p.m.|
A second graduate course in knowledge representation and reasoning covering such topics as automated theorem proving, semantic network implementation, etc., and surveying knowledge representation and reasoning topics not covered in other graduate-level courses. Topics will vary according to instructor and student interests.
Graduate standing and either CSE 563 (Knowledge Representation) or CSE 572 (Knowledge-Based AI) or CSE/LIN 567 (Computational Linguistics); or else permission of instructor.
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