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1(a).What is the meaning of Artificial Intelligence? Mention the places of AI in Computer Science

The meaning of Artificial Intelligence:

The places of AI in Computer Science:

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1(b). Define Intelligent Agents. What are the potential utilization areas of intelligent ?

Intelligent Agents:

The potential utilization areas of intelligentm:



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1(c).Briefly describe utility -based agents

Utility -based agents:



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1(d).Distinguish between contingency problem and exploration problem with respect to problem solving by searching

Contingency problem and exploration problem with respect to problem solving by searching:



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2(a).What is knowledge? how can we represent knowledge?

Knowledge:

We represent knowledge:



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2(b).What is Fuzzy logic? Mention some application of Fuzzy logic

Fuzzy logic:

Some application of Fuzzy logic:



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2(c).What is an operating system? Write the function of an operating system

An operating system:

The function of an operating system:



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2(d).Write down the predicate logic of the following statements: - ( i) Everyone taking AI will pass the exam; ( ii) The car painted white belong to me ; (iii) No employee earns more than the president; ( iv) Men is mortal

Everyone taking AI will pass the exam:

The car painted white belong to me :

No employee earns more than the president:

Men is mortal:



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3(a).Differentiate among Breadth-first and Depth-first search.Explain how uniform cost search works

Breadth-first and Depth-first search:

Uniform cost search works:



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3(b).Iterative deepening search combines the benefits of depth-first and breath-first " - Explain how

Iterative deepening search combines the benefits of depth-first and breath-first:



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3(c).How should you deal with repeated states in a search strategy?

You should deal with repeated states in a search strategy:



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3(d). Describe the behaviours of A* search

The behaviours of A* search:



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