Course Info

CSC 380: Foundations of Artificial Intelligence

An in-depth survey of important concepts, problems, and techniques in artificial intelligence, including search, knowledge representation, logical reasoning, and reasoning with uncertainty. A particular focus and a unifying theme of the course will be the concept of intelligent agents. No prior knowledge of AI is required. The course is particularly suitable for graduate and advanced undergraduate students who want to gain the technical background necessary to build intelligent systems, or who want to prepare for more advanced work in AI. The concepts and techniques learned in this course will be directly applicable to many other areas of computer science including software design, distributed systems, databases, and information management and retrieval. PREREQUISITE(S): CSC 301 or CSC 393

Winter 2017-2018

Section: 801
Class number: 20887
Meeting time: Tu 5:45PM - 9:00PM
Location: LEWIS 01513 at Loop Campus
CLOSED
Section: 810
Class number: 25589
Meeting time: -
Location: N/A at Online Campus
CLOSED

Winter 2016-2017

Section: 801
Class number: 22337
Meeting time: Tu 5:45PM - 9:00PM
Location: LEWIS 01513 at Loop Campus
Section: 810
Class number: 22338
Meeting time: -
Location: N/A at Online Campus

Winter 2015-2016

Section: 801
Class number: 22885
Meeting time: Tu 5:45PM - 9:00PM
Location: LEWIS 01208 at Loop Campus
Section: 810
Class number: 22886
Meeting time: -
Location: N/A at Online Campus

Winter 2014-2015

Section: 801
Class number: 20699
Meeting time: Tu 5:45PM - 9:00PM
Location: LEWIS 01208 at Loop Campus
Section: 810
Class number: 20700
Meeting time: -
Location: N/A at Online Campus

Fall 2014-2015

Section: 150
Class number: 18578
Meeting time: -
Location: LINKO 00000 at Study Abroad
Instructor: Martha McGivern

Winter 2013-2014

Section: 801
Class number: 26332
Meeting time: Tu 5:45PM - 9:00PM
Location: LEWIS 01208 at Loop Campus
Section: 810
Class number: 26333
Meeting time: -
Location: N/A at Online Campus