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COMP_SCI 338: Practicum in Intelligent Information Systems

Quarter Offered

Winter : 5-6:30 Th ; Hammond
Spring : 5-6:20 TuTh ; Hammond

Description

A practical excursion into the building of Intelligent Information Systems. Each student will develop a working program in the area of information access, management, capture, or retrieval. Project definition, data collection, technology selection, implementation, and project management. Semantics-oriented introduction to natural language processing, broadly construed. Representation of meaning and knowledge inference in story understanding, script/frame theory, plans and plan recognition, counter-planning, and thematic structures.

  • This course satisfies the Software Development Breadth and project requirement.

COURSE INSTRUCTOR: Prof. Kristian Hammond (Winter & Spring)

COURSE COORDINATORS: Prof. Larry Birnbaum & Prof. Kristian Hammond

REQUIRED TEXTS: None 

PREREQUISITES: None