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13.b

The second video on the first Inf2d lecture on Resolution.

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13.a

The first video on the first Inf2d lecture on Resolution.

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8.a

The first video of the Inf2D Reasoning and Agents lecture on Effective Propositional Inference.

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CL - 11e - CNF by KM (II)

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CL - 11b - CNF by Boolean algebra

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CL - 12f - Cycles

In this video we look at another example, then consider graphs with a cycle of implications. If we have cycles of implications, then all nodes in the cycle must take the same truth value.

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CL - 12d - Counting

In this video we look at more complicated patterns of implications, and introduce a method for counting the satisfying valuations.

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CL - 12b - Binary Constraints

In this video we focus on binary constraints: clauses with two literals. A 2-SAT problem is a conjunction of binary constraints. We will represent it as a partial ordering on literals.In this video…

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CL - 12a - Order

This video looks at the ordering of predicates. We first met thsis as the satisfaction ordering a ⊨ b.We look at the ordering of the 16 possible boolean functions of two variables. We can also view…

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CL - 9e - DPLL IV

We continue with the simple example and its representation in Haskell.

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CL - 9d - DPLL III

We introduce the idea of using a divide and conquer algorithm.

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CL - 9c - DPLL II

We return to the example introduced in the previous video, and begin to represent the problem in Haskell.

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CL - 7c - Language I

In this video we introduce the idea of a formal language — a language whose expressions can be represented in Haskell.We begin with a simple example, a language of clausal forms in which the…

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CL - 6e - DNF

More on blocks of ones (which correspond to conjunctions of literals).This video shows how to use a Karnaugh map to represent an arbitrary Boolean function of four variables as a disjunctive normal…

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16b

Introduction to PDDL

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