Knowledge Representation and Reasoning

 
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Member Organisation: 001 University of Liverpool

[Course] van der Hoek, Wiebe (2005) Knowledge Representation and Reasoning.

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Abstract

This is a course in formal methods for knowledge representation and reasoning. The following topics are dealt with: (*) Introduction to Knowledge Representation knowledge level hypothesis vs physical symbol system hypothesis (*) description logic and a semantic tableau based reasoning system for it; (*) introduction to modal logic (*) modal epistemic logic for multi-agent systems

Level of Course: MSc
Status of Course: Running
Average Number of Students: 15
Length of Course: 1 semester
Lecturers: van der Hoek, Wiebe
Deposited by Prof Wiebe van der Hoek on 10 October 2005

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