184.698 KBS for Business Informatics
Diese Lehrveranstaltung ist in allen zugeordneten Curricula Teil der STEOP.
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2017W, VU, 4.0h, 6.0EC
TUWEL

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  • Semesterwochenstunden: 4.0
  • ECTS: 6.0
  • Typ: VU Vorlesung mit Übung

Ziele der Lehrveranstaltung

Support and questions: kbsbi-2017w@kr.tuwien.ac.at

Attention:

  • The first lecture is on Mon Oct 2 2017, where important organisatorial information will be presented. The later course dates are provisional.
  • Mandatory course registration via TISS within Sep 18 to Oct 6. Belated registration must be rejected.
  • Mandatory entry exam via TUWEL will be on Wed Oct 11 and Fri Oct 13, always 00:00-23:55.
  • If you pass the entry exam, you will automatically get a negative certificate at the end of the course in case you do not further participate in the course.
  • 2 mandatory projects
  • exercises
  • Lectures Mo 09:00-11:00 and Fr 11:00-13:00

Impartation of knowledge and techniques which are relevant for knowledge based systems for business informatics.

Didactic Procedure

  • Lectures and Exercises
  • Processing of exercises by students.
  • Two programming projects
  • Exercises to be solved at home followed by an individual discussion

Inhalt der Lehrveranstaltung

Foundations of knowledged based systems (search, rules, description logics, answer set programming).

Lecturers

Lecture-Part: Uwe Egly und Thomas Eiter
Exercise-Part: Christoph Redl

Course of Action and Topics of the Lecture Part

  • Mon Oct  2: Introduction+History+Architecture (Egly)
  • Fri Oct  6: no lecture
  • Mon Oct 9: Search for problem solving I (Egly)
  • Fri on Oct 13: Search for problem solving II (Egly)
  • Wed Oct 11 to Fri Oct 13: Mandatory entry test
  • Mon Oct 16: Search for problem solving III (Egly)
  • Fri on Oct 20: Rules I (Egly)
  • Mon Oct 23: Rules II (Egly)
  • Fri Oct 27: no lecture
  • Mon Oct 30: no lecture
  • Fri Nov 3: no lecture
  • Mon Nov 6: no lecture
  • Fri Nov 10: Description Logics I (Eiter)
  • Mon Nov 13: Description Logics II (Eiter)
  • Fri Nov 17: Description Logics III (Eiter)
  • Mon Nov 20: Answer Set Programming I (Eiter)
  • Fri Nov 24: Answer Set Programming II (Eiter)
  • Mon Nov 27: Answer Set Programming III (Eiter)
  • Fri Dec 1 23:55: Deadline Project 1 (TUWEL)
  • Dec 2 to 3 23:55: Registration for Project 1 solution discussion (TUWEL)
  • Dec 4 to 5: Project 1 solution discussion
  • Dec 10 23:55: Deadline for Exercise Checkmarks (TUWEL)
  • Dec 11 to Dec 15 23:55: Registration for an Exercise Discussion Slot (TUWEL)
  • Dec 18 to Dec 22: Exercise Discussions
  • Wed Jan 3 23:55: Deadline Project 2 (TUWEL)
  • Thu Jan 4, 11:00-13:00: Questions & Answers Session in EI 8
  • Mon Jan 8: Main Exam, 14:00-16:00, GM2

Exercise-Part

Mandatory registration within Sep 18-Oct 6

2 Projects

In addition to the 3 exercise sheets, two projects must be solved using ontologies and answer set programming:

  • Submission via TUWEL
  • Manual grading with mandatory discussion timeslot for Ontology project
  • Automatic grading with testcases for ASP project

Project submission deadlines:

  • Ontology Project: Dec 1 2017 23:55
  • Answer Set Programming Project: Jan 3 2018 23:55

Important:

  • Both projects must be worked out and submitted on time (no belated submission possible).
  • Files must comply with the project specification!
  • No group work!
  • Exercises and projects must be worked out individually
  • Finalisation of points after plagiarism check (possibility of fines and negative grades)

Used tools:

Exercises

Exercises will be handed out via TUWEL throughout the semester. The exercises can optionally be solved at home. Students can then check the examples they solved via TUWEL; checkmarks may be changed arbitrarily until the deadline. Afterwards there will be a discussion of your solutions. To this end we will offer slots of 1 hour length (3 students simultanously). The dates of the slots are to be announced. Both checking the examples and registering for a discussion slot needs to be done until Dec 10, 23:55 (strict deadline).

In the discussion, students will be asked questions about their solutions of examples they checked. The discussion will be evaluated with 0-15 points, which are weighted with the fraction of checked examples and rounded to the next integer.

Example: Student X checked 70% of the examples and the discussion is evaluated with 12 points. Therefore he gets 8 exercise points.

In case a student does not participate in the discussion, no exercise points will be awarded!

References

  • S. Russell, P. Norvig: Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach (Third Edition). Prentice Hall, 2009
  • Charles Forgy: Rete: A Fast Algorithm for the Many Pattern/Many Object Pattern Match Problem. Artificial Intelligence 19:17-37, 1982
  • Sebastian Rudolph: Foundations of Description Logics. Reasoning Web 2011, LNCS 6848, pp. 76-136, 2011. Springer
  • Pascal Hitzler, Markus Krötzsch, Sebastian Rudolph: Chapter OWL Formal Semantics. In Foundations of Semantic Web Technologies. Chapman & Hall/CRC, 2009, 455 pages.
  • Pascal Hitzler, Markus Krötzsch, Sebastian Rudolph: Chapter Ontology Engineering. In Foundations of Semantic Web Technologies. Chapman & Hall/CRC, 2009, 455 pages.
  • Markus Krötzsch, Pascal Hitzler: Foundations of Semantics Web Technologies, 2010, 427 pages. (Especially Chapters 5 and 8, see TUWEL)
  • Thomas Eiter, Giovambattista Ianni, and Thomas Krennwallner. Answer Set Programming: A Primer. Reasoning Web 2009, LNCS 5689, pp. 40-110, 2009. Springer

Weitere Informationen

ECTS breakdown: 6 ECTS = 150 Hours

  • Lecture 24 h
  • Introduction to course 0.5 h
  • Exercise part 76 h
  • Preparation for the final exam 48 h
  • Final exam 1.5 h

Vortragende Personen

Institut

LVA Termine

TagZeitDatumOrtBeschreibung
Mo.09:00 - 11:0002.10.2017 - 22.01.2018FH Hörsaal 3 - MATH KBS for Business Informatics
Fr.11:00 - 13:0006.10.2017 - 19.01.2018EI 8 Pötzl HS - QUER KBS for Business Informatics
Do.11:00 - 13:0004.01.2018EI 8 Pötzl HS - QUER KBS for Business Informatics
KBS for Business Informatics - Einzeltermine
TagDatumZeitOrtBeschreibung
Mo.02.10.201709:00 - 11:00FH Hörsaal 3 - MATH KBS for Business Informatics
Fr.06.10.201711:00 - 13:00EI 8 Pötzl HS - QUER KBS for Business Informatics
Mo.09.10.201709:00 - 11:00FH Hörsaal 3 - MATH KBS for Business Informatics
Fr.13.10.201711:00 - 13:00EI 8 Pötzl HS - QUER KBS for Business Informatics
Mo.16.10.201709:00 - 11:00FH Hörsaal 3 - MATH KBS for Business Informatics
Fr.20.10.201711:00 - 13:00EI 8 Pötzl HS - QUER KBS for Business Informatics
Mo.23.10.201709:00 - 11:00FH Hörsaal 3 - MATH KBS for Business Informatics
Fr.27.10.201711:00 - 13:00EI 8 Pötzl HS - QUER KBS for Business Informatics
Mo.30.10.201709:00 - 11:00FH Hörsaal 3 - MATH KBS for Business Informatics
Fr.03.11.201711:00 - 13:00EI 8 Pötzl HS - QUER KBS for Business Informatics
Mo.06.11.201709:00 - 11:00FH Hörsaal 3 - MATH KBS for Business Informatics
Fr.10.11.201711:00 - 13:00EI 8 Pötzl HS - QUER KBS for Business Informatics
Mo.13.11.201709:00 - 11:00FH Hörsaal 3 - MATH KBS for Business Informatics
Fr.17.11.201711:00 - 13:00EI 8 Pötzl HS - QUER KBS for Business Informatics
Mo.20.11.201709:00 - 11:00FH Hörsaal 3 - MATH KBS for Business Informatics
Fr.24.11.201711:00 - 13:00EI 8 Pötzl HS - QUER KBS for Business Informatics
Mo.27.11.201709:00 - 11:00FH Hörsaal 3 - MATH KBS for Business Informatics
Fr.01.12.201711:00 - 13:00EI 8 Pötzl HS - QUER KBS for Business Informatics
Mo.04.12.201709:00 - 11:00FH Hörsaal 3 - MATH KBS for Business Informatics
Mo.11.12.201709:00 - 11:00FH Hörsaal 3 - MATH KBS for Business Informatics

Leistungsnachweis

Exercise-Part

  • Entry exam is totalling 3 pts.
  • The 2 projects are totalling 17 pts.
  • The exercises are totalling 15 pts.

Zero tolerance for unfair practice (e.g., plagiarism, copied solutions, ...). All involved persons will be fined with 0 pts. (you may get a negative certificate).

Lecture-Part

  • Written closed book exam
  • Total pts: 65

The total number of points is the sum of the entry exam (max. 3 pts), the projects (max. 17 pts), the exercises (max. 15 pts) and the final exam (max. 80 pts). This sums up to 100 pts in total.

Grading

Necessary requirements for a positive certificate (you must get enough points to satisfy each individual item on the list below):

  • >= 2 points on the entry exam;
  • >= 9 points for the two projects; and
  • >= 32.5 points for the written final exam; and
  • >= 51 points in total.

Because of the criteria, exercise points are not needed for a positive grade, but the less points you earn in the exercise part, the harder it is to earn the required total number of points!

If you did not satisfy all items from the requirements list above, you will get a negative certificate:

  • In case you fail an item from the projects part, you will get a negative certificate and you have to redo the whole course.
  • If you fail the lecture part, you will get a negative certificate, but you may be able to get a positive certificate (thus overriding your previous attempts) if you pass the written final exam at one of the side exam dates. You will have thus 4 tries (main exam + 3 side exams) to pass the written final exam.

Only after you have satisfied each individual item on the requirements list above, you will be graded as follows:

  • < 51 pts: N5 (Nicht Genügend)
  • >= 51 pts: G4 (Genügend)
  • >= 63 pts: B3 (Befriedigend)
  • >= 75 pts: U2 (Gut)
  • >= 88 pts: S1 (Sehr Gut)

Note:
Since this course has an integrated exercise part (VU), there are no mandatory exams in front of committees. Instead, students have five regular attempts to take the course. However, for technical reasons (and to warn students) TISS does not allow students to register themselves for for fourth or fifth attempt to take the exam. Please send us a short message to register.

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Curricula

StudienkennzahlSemesterAnm.Bed.Info
066 926 Business Informatics 3. Semester
066 950 Informatikdidaktik 3. Semester

Literatur

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Sprache

Englisch