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Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial Cover Sheet


ASSIGNMENT

Intelligence (AI)

Instruction:
Marks will be awarded for good presentation and thoroughness in your approach. Referencing Code: If you use some code, or ideas for code, which are taken or adapted from another source (book, magazine, internet, discussion forum, etc), then this must be cited and referenced using the Harvard Name convention within your source code. Failure to reference code properly is considered as plagiarism. Complete this cover sheet and attach it to your project. This project is to be attempted by a group of 3 students.

Student declaration:
I declare that: We understand what is meant by plagiarism The implication of plagiarism have been explained to us by our lecturer This project is all our work and we have acknowledged any use of the published or unpublished works of other people.

Group Leaders Signature:

Date:

Group Name: Project Title:


Name G. Leader Member Member

Intake:
Designation/Role Signature

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Asia Pacific University College of Technology & Innovation

2010

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

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Level 1 - Computing Artificial Intelligence (AI)


Intake: Lecturer: Week Assigned: Documentation Submission: Presentation: Mary Ting Week 2 Week 12 Week 13

Problem Description: Information Kiosk You are to attempt to develop a knowledge based system that serves as an information repository and consultant . The system you are to develop is equipped with an interactive means to engage in a conversation with the user. This is accomplished using the systems embedded AI strength. The documentation and the approach in defining the implementation are as important as the program working. The examiner will examine all aspects of the project, not only the functionalities of the program. Tool used to build system: You will use Verbot Expert System Shell to develop your system. In your group, you should appoint individual members to be responsible for the following: (a) Team Leader - leading the group coordination of activities, final decisions, liaising with the lecturer. (b) Programming Leader responsible towards all aspects of the development of the expert system (c) Knowledge Engineer gathering of knowledge and expertise Note: You are expected to define the project scope. Please discuss with your lecturer. Performance Criteria Grade
0-39% 40-49%

Assessment Guidelines
Incomplete documentation. System barely addressed the problem domain. Little or no implementation. Barely completed documentation. Minimum compliance to the scope. System functional but discontinuity observed in several instances. System does not engage in a full-fledge conversation with user. Missing sections in documentation. Limitations observed in system. Gaps were evident when recommendations were provided. Knowledge and reasoning lacking in some instances. Evidence of wider understanding. The system provides credible recommendations. Fairly well documented solution. A systematic approach to development and evaluation is used. Fair amount of critical insight and evaluation included. Thorough documentation. Knowledge base system completely addressed the problem domain. Ability to stimulate conversation and engaging in conversation. Evidence of sound understanding. The system provides good recommendations. A systematic approach to development and evaluation is used. Extensive amount of critical insight and evaluation included. Asia Pacific University College of Technology & Innovation 2010

50-64%

65-74%

75% and above

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Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

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Your documentation MUST consider the following : (a) Proposal contents (i) Is an expert system suitable for the problem area? (ii) Is there a need for such a system? Justify. (b) Problem Specification (i) Aim (ii) Domain Expert (iii) Project Team (c) Literature survey (i) Survey how the problem has been addressed (ii) Review of similar systems (d) Knowledge Acquisition (i) Strategy Look for any documented sources and undocumented sources so that you become more knowledgeable in that domain (i.e. books, manual, check list, unstructured interview, magazines, internet, etc) to establish general understanding of the problem domain. (ii) Data gathering methods e.g. interview / questionnaire / observation and etc. Summary of finding (iii) Knowledge representation. (e) Evaluation of Prototype (i) Expert opinion (if any) (ii) Performance/achievement (iii) Further improvement/development (f) Conclusion (g) References (h) Appendices (i) Program Code (ii) User Manual (iii) Work Load Matrix (iv) Appendices - Any other relevant documents, forms. You may also include any pertinent information here.

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Submission Requirements: Your system should be submitted in the following form: (i) Softcopy (CD) (a) Program Source Code (b) Executable Version of your system (c) Soft copy of documentation (d) User Manual (ii) Documentation Comb bind (Please make sure the cover sheet is the first page of your documentation)

Marking Scheme Group (70%)


Criteria
(Maximum 5 marks awarded for each criteria) Choice and depth of knowledge representation Choice of reasoning technique Natural Language Processing Expert Interview Interface (i.e. usability) Depth of Implementation Problem Solving Ability Usefulness of system Mimic human expert Creative Aspect of Implementation Validation & Verification Conformance to Proposal Very Poor 0-1 Poor 2

Score
Average 3 Good 4 Excellent 5

Total Group-Total

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Marking Scheme Individual (30%)


Student Name: Criteria
(Maximum 10 marks awarded for each criteria) Viva & Presentation Q&A Demonstration Very Poor 0-2 Poor 3-4

SCORE
Average 5-6 Good 7-8 Excellent 9-10

INDIVIDUALTOTAL

Total
(Group-Total + Individual-Total)

Level 1

Asia Pacific University College of Technology & Innovation

2010