Designing Intelligent Agents
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Type: Course

[Course] Logan, Brian (2005) Designing Intelligent Agents.

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This course gives a basic introduction to the analysis and design of intelligent agents, software systems which perceive their environment and act in that environment in pursuit of their goals. Educational Aims: (i) to develop a basic understanding of the problems and techniques of building intelligent agents; (ii) to give an appreciation of the trade-offs inherent in the design of agent-based systems; (iii) to illustrate these through a project involving the construction of a simple agent-based system; and (iv) to develop new analysis and design skills appropriate to more complex AI problems.

Level of Course: BSc
Status of Course: Running
Average Number of Students: 20
Length of Course: 1 semester
Lecturers: Logan, Brian
Deposited by Dr Brian Logan on 14 December 2005

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