Intelligent Systems Robots, Agents, and Humans
Intelligent Systems Robots, Agents, and Humans CAP 6671
University of Central Florida
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Date Created: 10/22/15
CAP6671 Intelligent Systems Lecture 1 Introduction Instructor Dr Gita Sukthankar Email gitarseecsucfedu Schedule T amp Th 9001015am Location HEC 302 Office Hours in HEC 232 T amp Th 1030am12 Outline Course overview What are intelligent systems Course requirements Web site httpwwweecsucfedugitarscap6671 Reading Katia Sycara Multiagent Svstems AI Magazine 192 Summer 1998 7992 posted on web site CAP6671 Dr Gita Sukthankar Course History Course is being redesigned this semester and will be available on FEEDS next year Your feedback is important and welcome Derived from my 2 favorite courses at CMU Planning Execution and Learning R Simmons Autonomous MultiagentMultirobot Systems T Balch Course objectives Learn how to build an intelligent agent system Tackle some of the AI challenge problems General exposure to the literature on intelligent systems CAP6671 Dr Gita Sukthankar Introductions Introduce yourself Your name Masters or PhDhow many years at UCF What did you do before coming to UCF Which faculty members do you work with CAP6671 Dr Gita Sukthankar Background What is an intelligent system CAP6671 Dr Gita Sukthankar Background What are some examples of intelligent systems CAP6671 Dr Gita Sukthankar Background What are the desiderata of an intelligent systems CAP6671 Dr Gita Sukthankar Background How do robotic systems differ from other types of intelligent systems CAP6671 Dr Gita Sukthankar Background How does the study of intelligent systems differ from the study of artificial intelligence as a whole CAP6671 Dr Gita Sukthankar Background Does artificial intelligence have to mimic human intelligence CAP6671 Dr Gita Sukthankar Course Outline Algorithms for creating intelligent behavior Planning HTN planning MDP planning Learning Reinforcement learning Coordination mechanisms team planning auction based mechanisms Robotic agents Architecting intelligence sense think act in realtime 3tier architectures Cognitive architectures CAP6671 Dr Gita Sukthankar 11 AI Challenge Problems TACSCM Scenario I sue a ll v e 9 4 Customers was a nrdels 7 am levels and v f vane um a quotF r av u2 aes 7 r x 7 client Share hymnm3 M Urban Rescue robot teams CAP6671 Dr Gita Sukthankar Robocup soccer Evaluation Homework mainly implementation Planning Learning Coordination Lead one class discussion Midterm exam covering the reading Final project AI challenge problem CAP6671 Dr Gita Sukthankar
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