AIRG members share interests in the theory and applications of AI and knowledge-based systems. Current and past research interests include intelligent tutoring, data mining, knowledged-based design, intelligent interfaces, multi-agent systems, machine learning, computer vision, case-based reasoning, iconic interfaces, knowledge acquisition, and the validation & verification of expert systems.
AIRG and Other Related Projects
Technical ReportsA list of AIRG technical reports is available. To request a report send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Current (and Past) MembersThe members of AIRG include faculty as well as graduate students.
Meeting topicsA list of the current and past schedules of presentations and discussions is available.
AI Graduate CoursesCourses currently offered are:
AI Lab resourcesThe AI Lab, in FL 312, has a variety of machines, software, documentation, books and proceedings available. It currently houses the Intelligent Tutoring Systems research students. Access is restricted, and requires the permission of the Lab coordinator, Prof. Heffernan.
AI WebliographyHere are some useful sources of information about:
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