184.735 Einführung in die Künstliche Intelligenz
Diese Lehrveranstaltung ist in allen zugeordneten Curricula Teil der STEOP.
Diese Lehrveranstaltung ist in mindestens einem zugeordneten Curriculum Teil der STEOP.

2021S, VU, 2.0h, 3.0EC
TUWEL

Merkmale

  • Semesterwochenstunden: 2.0
  • ECTS: 3.0
  • Typ: VU Vorlesung mit Übung
  • Format der Abhaltung: Distance Learning

Lernergebnisse

Nach positiver Absolvierung der Lehrveranstaltung sind Studierende in der Lage fundamentale Konzepte, die zum Verständnis der Arbeitsweise als
auch zur Erstellung intelligenter Systeme von Bedeutung sind benennen und erläutern und theoretische Zusammenhänge korrekt argumentieren.

Attention:

  • Email address for questions: eki-2021s AT kr.tuwien.ac.at
  • Course start: Tue Mar 2, 2021.
  • Mandatory TISS course registration until Mar 11, 2021. Belated registration will be ignored.
  • Mandatory TUWEL entry test from Fri Mar 12 and Sun Mar 14 (test available 00:00-23:55). Everybody who takes the entry test will receive a certificate (i.e., it is not possible to unregister after the entry test). If you stop participating after taking the entry test, you will receive a negative certificate.

Inhalt der Lehrveranstaltung

The following subjects will be discussed:

  • historical and philosophical aspects of AI
  • search
  • constraint satisfaction problems
  • planning
  • decision theory

Lecturers

  • Lecture part: Thomas Eiter and Hans Tompits
  • Exercise part: Thomas Eiter, Hans Tompits, Antonius Weinzierl, Zeynep Saribatur, and Rafael Kiesel

Course of Action and Topics of the Lecture Part

Attention: This semester, the course will be held in a distance-learning mode. For the lecture part, slides will be made available at the respective lecture dates in pdf form in TISS and as a video in TUWEL, and live question-and-answer (Q+A) sessions will be offered for each topic in subsequent weeks. The extercise part will also be held in distance mode for which we use the BigBlueButton system. For this, only a current browser, a microphone, and a webcam is required. The solutions for the exercise part must be uploaded by the given deadline in TUWEL in pdf form. Specific details will be given in due time. Exams in this semester will be held as written online exams following the guidelines of TU Wien. In order to participate in the online exam, you need a webcam, a stable internet connection and either a printer or a second device with which you can view a PDF. If you otherwise cannot participate in the exam, you may request a permit to write the exam at the university. In case the situation permits, ordinary presence exams at the university may substitute the online exams.

  • Tue Mar 02, 14h (c.t.) -- 16:00 (Eiter):
    1. Organisation (live; more information will be given via TISS news)
    2. Course material on:
      • What is AI?
      • Intelligent agents
  • Tue Mar 09, 14:30-16:00 (Eiter):
    1. Q+A on: What is AI?/Intelligent agents
    2. Course material on:
      • Problem solving and search: uninformed search
      • Informed search algorithms, local search
  • Thu Mar 11: Registration deadline (TISS)
  • Fri Mar 12 to Sun Mar 14: Mandatory entry test (TUWEL)
  • Tue Mar 23: 14:30-16:00 (Eiter):
    1. Q+A on: Problem solving and search (postponed)
    2. Course material on:
      • Learning from observations
      • Neural networks
  • Tue Mar 30: Easter break
  • Tue Apr 06: Easter break
  • Tue Apr 13, 14:30-16:00:
    1. Q+A on:  Problem solving and search (Eiter)
    2. Course material on (Tompits):
      • Constraint satisfaction problems
      • Planning I + II
  • Tue Apr 20: 14:30-16:00 (Eiter):
    1. Q+A on: Learning from observations/Neural networks
  • Tue Apr 27, 14:30-16:00 (Tompits):
    1. Q+A on: Constraint satisfaction problems/Planning
    2. Course material on:
      • Decision theory I + II
  • Tue May 04: No lecture
  • Tue May 11, 14:30-16:00 (Tompits):
    1. Q+A on: Decision theory
    2. Course material on:
      • Philosophical foundations of AI
  • Tue May 18: No lecture
  • Tue May 25: Pentecost break
  • Tue Jun 01, 14:30-16:00: Q+A on: all lecture chapters (Eiter, Tompits)
  • Sun Jun 06, 23:55: Checkmark deadline for exercises (TUWEL)
  • Fri Jun 11: 23:55: Registration deadline for solutions discussions (TUWEL)
  • Mon Jun 14 to Fri Jun 18: Exercise solution discussions
  • Jun 30: Main exam

Exercise Part

Mandatory registration until Mar 11.

Entry test

The mandatory TUWEL entry test will be available only from Fri Mar 12 to Sun Mar 14 (00:00-23:55, three submissions possible, last submission counts). Everybody who takes the entry test will receive a certificate (i.e., it is not possible to unregister after the entry test). If you stop participating after taking the entry test, you will receive a negative certificate.

Checkmark lists and solution discussion

  • Mode: Checkmark lists and upload of the exercise solutions in TUWEL as well as an online solution discussion of 1 hour in groups of 3 students (students must be able to present and explain their solutions and background); details and specific times are announced via TUWEL
  • Evaluation: exercise discussions are evaluated with 0-15 points; this is weighted with the percentage of checked examples and rounded to the next integer.

3 exercise sheets

  • Sheet 1: Search
  • Sheet 2: Learning and Neural Networks
  • Sheet 3: CSP, Planning, and Making Simple Decisions

Methoden

Vorlesungsteil mit aufgezeichnetem Frontalvortrag, erweitert um Online-Besprechungen für Fragen+Antworten; Übungsteil mit selbständiger Erarbeitung von Aufgaben und Präsentation der Lösungen in Online-Besprechungen.

Prüfungsmodus

Prüfungsimmanent

Weitere Informationen

ECTS breakdown: 3 ECTS = 75 hours

  • Lectures, course introduction 17h
  • Entry test 0.5h
  • Solving the exercises 20h
  • Presenting the exercises 1h
  • Preparation for the final exam 35h
  • Final exam 1.5h

Vortragende Personen

Institut

Leistungsnachweis

Exercise part

  • The entry test is totalling 5 pts.
  • The 3 exercise sheets with the according discusion are totalling 15 pts.
  • Total pts: 20
  • Required infrastructure: stable internet connection, device with webcam and microphone.

Lecture part

  • Written closed book online exam on paper (scan of solution uploaded to TUWEL).
  • Required infrastructure: stable internet connection, device with webcam and microphone, either a printer or a second device to view a PDF, and a scanner or camera with software to generate a single PDF of the written exam.
  • If situation permits, written closed book exam at TU Wien may substitute online exam.
  • Total pts: 80

Total sum of points for lecture and exercise part: 100

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).

Grading

Requirements for a positive certificate:

  • at least 3 points for the entry test; and
  • at least 40 points for the written final exam; and
  • at least 51 points in total.

The course 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)

Exercise sheets and solution discussions:

  • Due to the above criteria, points from exercise sheets are not strictly necessary for a positive grade. However, note that without exercise points it is harder the reach the required overall number of points. Moreover, working out the exercise sheets is also recommended as a preparation for the exam. Belated submission of exercises (e.g. after you have written a positive exam but did not reach the required overall number of points) is not possible.
  • NO WASTE OF SLOTS: While participation in the exercise part is optional, registrations for solution discussions are still binding. That is, it is not mandatory to register, but IF you decide to register for a solution discussion, THEN it is mandatory to show up (unless you can prove unpredictable and unavoidable obstacles such as illness). No-show after a registration without plausible excuse has consequences (see section on "Exams and Certificates").

Exams and Certificates:

  • There are no mandatory exams in front of committees. Instead, students have five regular attempts (i.e., you can get up to 5 certificates). 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.
  • We provide 4 exam dates, you can participate in arbitrary many (unless you already collected 5 certificates in total). A certificate is issued for every attempt except for first negative one.
    (Legal background: In a VU we have to provide 2 chances to pass the exam and issue one certificate for these two chances. The 3rd and 4th attempt are a gesture of goodwill and count as fast-track repetition of the whole course.)
  • Those who waste solution discussion slots (registration and no-show without acceptable excuse) are granted only the legal minimum of 2 attempts (i.e., there is no goodwill in these cases); after the second failure they have to repeat the whole course next year.
  • By written exams an additional oral question part may be possible.

Exam reviewing:

There are no special dates for reviewing graded exams. Reviewing is possible whenever the secretariat is open (see website).

Prüfungen

TagZeitDatumOrtPrüfungsmodusAnmeldefristAnmeldungPrüfung
Mi.12:00 - 14:0027.10.2021 schriftlich06.10.2021 00:00 - 22.10.2021 23:55in TISSSide Exam 1 - online
Mi.12:00 - 14:0027.10.2021Sem.R. DA grün 02 A schriftlich06.10.2021 00:00 - 22.10.2021 23:55in TISSSide Exam 1 - presence
Di.12:00 - 14:0007.12.2021 schriftlich10.11.2021 00:00 - 02.12.2021 23:55in TISSSide Exam 2
Di.12:00 - 14:0007.12.2021Sem.R. DA grün 06A schriftlich10.11.2021 00:00 - 02.12.2021 23:55in TISSSide Exam 2 - presence
Mo.12:00 - 14:0017.01.2022 schriftlich20.12.2021 00:00 - 10.01.2022 23:55in TISSFinal Side Exam
Mo.12:00 - 14:0017.01.2022FH Hörsaal 4 schriftlich20.12.2021 00:00 - 10.01.2022 23:55in TISSFinal Side Exam - presence

LVA-Anmeldung

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16.02.2021 00:00 11.03.2021 23:55 11.03.2021 23:55

Anmeldemodalitäten

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Literatur

  • Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig. Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach, 3rd edition. Prentice Hall, 2010 (http://aima.cs.berkeley.edu/)
  • Stuart Russell, Peter Norvig: Künstliche Intelligenz: Ein moderner Ansatz. 3., überarbeitete Auflage, Pearson Deutschland, 2012.
  • ...

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Sprache

bei Bedarf in Englisch