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CSE 663: Advanced Topics in Knowledge Representation

Advanced Topics in Knowledge Representation

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.

Ph.D.:

None.

M.S.:

This course fulfills one Artificial Intelligence Core Area (Depth) requirement.

CSE563 or CSE572 or CSE/LIN 567 or permission of instructor; graduate standing.

Course Instances
Semester Section Title Instructor Credit Hours Enrolled
Spring 2011 LEC Adv Knowledge Rep Dr. Stuart C. Shapiro 3 5/30
Spring 2010 LEC Adv Knowledge Rep Dr. Stuart C. Shapiro 3 10/30
Fall 2008 LEC Adv Knowledge Rep Dr. William J. Rapaport 3 6/15
Fall 2007 LEC Adv Knowledge Rep Dr. Stuart C. Shapiro 3 7/15
Fall 2006 LEC Adv Knowledge Rep Dr. William J. Rapaport 3 5/15
Fall 2005 LEC Adv Knowledge Rep Dr. Stuart C. Shapiro 3 4/20
Fall 2004 LEC Adv Knowledge Rep Dr. Stuart C. Shapiro 3 6/20
Fall 2003 LEC Adv Knowledge Rep Dr. William J. Rapaport 3 8/20
Fall 2002 LEC Adv Knowledge Rep Dr. Stuart C. Shapiro 3 6/40
Spring 2002 LEC Adv Knowledge Rep Dr. William J. Rapaport 3 6/30
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