The Department of Computer Science & Engineering
STUART C. SHAPIRO: CSE 663
Maximum Points: 40
Assigned: October 4, 2007
Due: October 30, 2007
For this homework, you are to build a Jess tic-tac-toe player, as sketched in B&L Exercise 7.11, p. 133
Before this homework is due, submit a file containing your Jess program by executing the Unix command
Make sure the file begins with comments (lines beginning with "
;;;") identifying it and you.
Then, hand in a hard-copy of your paper at the beginning of class. The hard-copy must be prepared in LaTeX or other suitable formatting program, and must be formatted for human reading.
Style---relying on the production-system architecture: 5 Syntax and semantics of your WMEs: 8 User interface: ability of the user to play against your program without having read the code: 4 Correctness---your program running, playing, and winning whenever reasonable: 8 Ability of a reader understanding what you've done by reading the English text in your paper: 10 General format of the paper: 5 Total 40