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(27.2) You can now register for the lab tour Elin advertised in her lectures, also through THIS REGISTERING LINK . Mail me in case of problems. (EAT)
(15.2) The pair matching system for Assignment 1 has been updated for Assignment 3, in case you need a (new) partner. You can reach it via THIS LINK. Mail me in case of problems. (EAT)
(25.1) A pair-matching system for Assignment 1 has been created. You can reach it via THIS LINK. Mail me in case of problems. (JM)
(25.1) Assignment 1 is valid. (JM)
The lecture slides will be available on Material page (left menu).
Syllabus (please check the left menu) contains information about the details of the course, including the sequence of the lectures, programming assignments, reading suggestions, etc. Any updates there will be announced here on the news page.
The course will be given in English. As the textbook we will (still) be using the classic one: Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach, 3/e, by Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig, ISBN-10: 0132071487. Important note: There is a "new international edition" recently released by Pearson, with ISBN-10: 1292024208. It is a badly edited set of excerpts from the original textbook, with two chapters completely missing and some others renumbered due to unknown reason. Besides, the index is completely useless in this version. Avoid, if possible. On the other hand, it's the only one available on the European market for a reasonable price (= less than 1000:- SEK). If you have yet another copy, check it agains the link above: it leads to the official AIMA site.
This year course will be given by Jacek Malec, Pierre Nugues and Elin Anna Topp. Jacek Malec is the teacher officially responsible for the course (kursansvarig). The contact info can be found on each teacher's home page. The course administrator is Lena Ohlsson.