Solutions to the practice exam are now in the Exercises section. You can access them
A number of people have pointed out that the assignment due date was right at the start of exams.
Because of this we have extended the submission due date to now be after the exams. The new submission due date is 22 November, and the assignment PDF has been updated accordingly.
I hope this new date is more suitable to everyone and good luck with your exams.
There is now a practice exam in the Exercises section. You can access it here . We can go over some of the question in the lecture today.
Please note that this practice exam is indicative only of the types of questions you will get in the actual exam.
I've just updated the assignment specification with some new submission details; changing the name of the submission file.
To submit assignment 3 please name your answers "assn3.pdf" and run:
give cs4418 assn3 assn3.pdf
Assignment 3 is now available and will be discussed in lectures tomorrow.
Because the assignment is short it is due on Friday 3 November.
We'll make the marks of Assignment 2 available later today. If you have further questions, you please come to the consultation session on Monday 23rd 13:30 -- 14:30 in the K17 level 1 meeting room (next to the Head of School office).
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The survey is now open and can be accessed at this link: http://www.ses.edu.au/
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A reminder that there is no lecture this week. Lectures will resume next week.
Assignment 1 is now available and will be discussed in lectures today.
The assignment is due before the lecture in Week 6 on Wednesday 30 August.
Welcome to the course COMP4418: Knowledge Representation and Reasoning. We will be having our first lecture today (Wednesday) from 3-6pm in the Tyree Energy Technology Building (TETB) located next Anzac Parade in room G16.
I look forward to seeing you there.