Aima Online Assignment Book

Class Times & Locations:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 2:30-3:20PM in AND 223

Textbook:

Stuart Russell & Peter Norvig, Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach, Third Edition (2009)

Topics:

  • Search (uninformed, heuristic), Constraint Satisfaction Problems, Adversarial Search
  • Markov Decision Processes, Reinforcement Learning
  • Probabilities, Hidden Markov Models, Particle Filters, Bayesian Networks
  • Applications in Robotics

Pac-Man:

The programming projects in this course are based on those from http://ai.berkeley.edu/project_overview.html. This link is provided for reference only as our projects may differ.

AIMA Open Source API

The course and textbook feature an open-source "AI API", giving an overview of the algorithms and pseudocode used in the textbook. As an publicly and actively maintained open-source resource, you are encouraged to explore it and follow along as we cover material from the textbook and in lecture.

Grading and Late Policy:

Your grade will be 45% programming assignments, 20% midterm, 35% final exam, class participation.

Each student has two penalty-free late days for the whole quarter. All other late submissions will be penalized 10% of the maximum grade per day.

Assignments will be done individually unless otherwise specified. You may discuss the subject matter with other students in the class, but all final answers must be your own work. You are expected to maintain the utmost level of academic integrity in the course.

Academic Honesty

It is encouraged that you discuss your ideas with each other and consult online sources to better understand the material. However, your code must be written entirely by yourself. As a rule, you should never look at or run anyone else's code for the assignment, whether the code was written by someone currently in the class, or someone who took it previously, even at another university. Reading pseudocode for generic algorithms (like alpha-beta pruning or A* search) is perfectly OK. If you use a source very closely, for example, converting a pseudocode implementation of A* to python, academic integrity demands that you cite the source (in a comment). You will not be penalized for this; on the contrary, the citation may help us to understand why your implementation is so similar to someone else's, in case they use and cite the same source. We do compare everyone's projects to each other and to past submissions to detect logical redundancy. When two assignments are too similar to have occurred by chance, we have to look into whether something improper occurred. These investigations are not fun for anyone involved. If you have questions, please ask!

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Homework Assignments

Exams

Midterm (Nov. 3 Fri)

Midterm will be held on Nov. 3 (Fri) during lecture time. Closed book, no calculators, no cheatsheet.

Midterm scores posted: Solutions

Practice Midterm Materials:

Final Exam (12 December)

Final will be held on 2:30-4:20PM 12 December (Tuesday of finals week) at AND 223. Closed book, no calculators. The final will be cumulative with an emphasis on the post-midterm material.

The cheatsheet provided on the exam is posted here: https://courses.cs.washington.edu/courses/cse473/17au/final/CSE473_17au_Final_Equation_Sheet.pdf

The exam has been posted here, and the solutions have been posted here.

Practice Final Materials:

  • 17sp (solutions)
  • 17sp Homework 5 (solutions)
  • 15sp (solutions) Errata - 5b: V2(C)=235/4, not 47. 6a: Q((1,1),N)=4, not 2.
  • 14au (solutions)
  • Berkeley 188: 14sp (solutions) (Ignore: 2d, 2e, 4e, 4f, 4g, 5, 7biii, 9)
  • Berkeley 188: 13au (solutions) (Ignore: 5c, 5d, 8, 9c, 9d)
  • Additional Berkeley exam materials are available here.
AIMA SOLVED ASSIGNMENTS (ONLINE ASSIGNMENTS)

WARNING - Clicking on the "SUBMIT ASSIGNMENT" button will submit the Assignment. Be sure that you have reviewed your answers before clicking it.

Assignment name: GM06

Component name: Assignment1      Assignment Start Date: 27/04/2017

Assignment End Date: 19/06/2017

Question 1:- The legal term for tngible property is:   

a)   trust                       

b)   chattel                       

c)   mortgage                       

d)   private property                       

Question 2:- Law is enforced by       

a)   Parliament                       

b)   Legislature                       

c)   Executive                       

d)   Society                       

Question 3:- Ignorance of Law is:     

a)   a good excuse                       

b)   cannot be excused                       

c)   no excuse                       

d)   always an excuse                       

Question 4:- Substantive Law defines:          

a)   methods by which law is made                       

b)   the legal rights/ obligations                        

c)   principle underlying a decision                       

d)   decision of the judge                       

Question 5:- An artificial person is also called:         

a)   Corporation                       

b)   Company                       

c)   Office                       

d)   legal entity                       

Question 6:- An offer made to aspecific person is called:     

a)   express offer                       

b)   implied offer                       

c)   specific offer                        

d)   general offer                       

Question 7:- An agreement of a purely social nature is:        

a)   a valid contract                       

b)   a void contract                       

c)   a voidable contract                       

d)   not a contract                       

Question 8:- The parties to a contract must be competent to contract. The flaw in capacity to contract may be due to-            

a)   minority                       

b)   lunacy                       

c)   idiocity                        

d)   any of the three mentioned as options A,B,C                       

Question 9:- At the time of entering into a contract, parties must be thinking of the same thing in the same sense.This is also known as:        

a)   intention to create a legal relationship                       

b)   lawful consideration                       

c)   consensus-ad-idem                       

d)   free and genuine consent                       

Question 10:- Which option is a true statement?       

a)   All contracts must be reduced to writing                       

b)   No contract need to be in writing                       

c)   If a particular type of contract is required by law to be in writing it must comply with the necessry formalities                        

d)   None of the given Options is correct                       

Question 11:- In the context of consideration for a contract, the Rule is that:         

a)   Consideration need not be adequate                       

b)   Consideraton must be real and competent                       

c)   both the optionsi.e. A and B are correct                       

d)   none of the opetions is correct                       

Question 12:- A saves B's life. B promises to pay A Rs. One lac out of gratitude.  

a)   There is no consideration, hence the contract is void                       

b)   It is a void contract as Rs. One lac is too little for saving life.                       

c)   it is a valid contract because the consideration for B's promise is present consideration                       

d)   it is a valid contract because the consideration for B's promise is past consideration                       

Question 13:- A dealer enters into an agreement to sell a smuggled item to X. import of such type of goods is illegal. A refuses to deliver the item as promised. What are the rights of X?           

a)   sue the dealer for breach of a contract.                       

b)   wait till uch imports become legal and then sue the dealer.                       

c)   it is a voidable contract.                       

d)   it is a void contract                       

Question 14:- A' signed a promissory note which he was told was a letter of guarantee. Will he be bound to honour the Promissory Note?

a)   Yes, he affixed his signatures on the promissory note                       

b)   No, he did not know how to signproperly.                       

c)   He is not bound as there was no consent to the agreement entered into by him                       

d)   He could have made a verbal agreement                       

Question 15:- With respect to causing any person to enter into an agreement, "Coercion" is-          

a)   the committing any act forbidden by Indian Penal Code                       

b)   threatening to commit any act forbidden by Indain Penal Code                       

c)   unlawful detaining any property to the prejudice of any person                       

d)   all the three options under A, B, and C                       

Question 16:- The party to contract aggrieved or wronged by 'misrepresentation' can:        

a)   avoid the performance of the contract                       

b)   avoid the contract and sue for damages                       

c)   neither avoid the contract, nor can he sue for damages                        

d)   none of the given option is correct                       

Question 17:- A clause in agreement provides that no action should be brought after two years. The Limitation Act, 1963, however an action for breach of contract may be brought within three years from the date of breach. In view of given facts, the correct position is:            

a)   parties are free to agree upon any terms they like, the clause in the Agreement is operative.                       

b)   the clause in the Agreement is valid, as there is no ambiguity in the language, and both the parties have agreed upon it                       

c)   the clause in the Agreement is void, as it is opposed to the provisions of the Limitation Act                       

d)   none of the given option is correct                       

Question 18:- A agrees to sell to B 100 tonnes of oil.           

a)   the agreement is void for uncertainity,as it does not show what kind of oil was intended                       

b)   this agreement is valid                       

c)   this agreement s voidable at the option of A                       

d)   this agreement is voidable at the option of B                       

Question 19:- A agrees to pay B Rs.ten lacs if B's house is burnt.    

a)   It is not a valid agreement                       

b)   it is a void agreement being 'uncertain'                       

c)   it is a void agreement being 'contingent 'upon happening or non happening of the event                       

d)   it is a valid 'contingent' contract                       

Question 20:- Quasi contract' is a situation in which law imposes upon one person an obligation similar to thqt which arises from a true contract. It is based on natural justice. In view of these provisions which of the option is a Quasi contract?        

a)   A supplies B, a lunatic, with necessaries suitable to his condition in life                       

b)   A a tradesman, leaves goods at B's house by mistake                       

c)   a party pays to another money by mistake, which is not due to him                       

d)   all the three cases mentioned under varios options ar quasi contracts                       

Question 21:- the phrase'quantum meruit means:      

a)   as much as earned                        

b)   to each according to his need                       

c)   to each according to his condition                       

d)   none of the options is correct                       

Question 22:- Section 10 of the Contract Act enumerates some essentials of a valid contract. Which if the options is thus enumerated in Section 10?         

a)   agreements made by free consent of parties, competent to contract                       

b)   agreements made for a lawful consideration and with lawful object                        

c)   agreements not expressed declared by law to be void                       

d)   All given the options are enumerated in Section 10                       

Question 23:- A promisor offers performance of his obligation under the contract, at the proper time and place, but the promisee refuses to accept the performance. This is called:        

a)   Tender                       

b)   Attempted performance                       

c)   both A, and B options are correct                       

d)   none of the options is correct                       

Question 24:- A contract is deemed to have become impossible of performance under the circumstances that the subject matter of a contract is destroyed for no fault of the promisor. Such circumstances are called:        

a)   inherent impossibility                       

b)   supervening impossibility                       

c)   Expected impossibility                       

d)   all given options are correct                       

Question 25:- A contract is discharged by death of the promisor, by insolvency of the promisor, by entering into a new contract where inferior rights under the previous agreement are merged in the new one, such discharge of a contract is called : discharge by         

a)   Operation of law                       

b)   by breach                       

c)   supervening impossibility                       

d)   all given options are correct                       

Question 26:- A contract to perform the promise or discharge the liability of a third person in case of his default is called:

a)   a contract of insurance                       

b)   a contract of guarantee                       

c)   a contact of bailment                       

d)   none of the given options is correct                        

Question 27:- In a contract of guarantee the person for whom the guarantee is given is called:      

a)   surety                       

b)   principal debtor                       

c)   creditor                       

d)   none of the options is correct                       

Question 28:- Which of the options is correct, about a contract of guarantee?         

a)   a contract of guarantee is not a contract 'uberrimae fidei'                       

b)   the creditor must inform the surety about all his previous dealings with the debtor                       

c)   both options A and B are correct                       

d)   none of the options is correct                       

Question 29:- Which of the options is correct, about a contract of guarantee?         

a)   a contract of guarantee may either be oral or in writing                       

b)   a contract of guarantee must be in writing                       

c)   both options A and B are correct                       

d)   none of the options is correct                       

Question 30:- which of the options is correct with regard to rights of a creditor in contract of guarantee?

a)   all remedies against the principal debtor should be exhausted by the creditor before proceeding against the surety                       

b)   the creditor is entitled to demand payment from the surety as soon as the principal debtor refuses to pay or makes a default in payment                       

c)   both options A and B are correct                        

d)   none of the options is correct                       

WARNING - Clicking on the "SUBMIT ASSIGNMENT" button will submit the Assignment. Be sure that you have reviewed your answers before clicking it.

Assignment name: GM06

Component name: Assignment2      Assignment Start Date: 27/04/2017

Assignment End Date: 19/06/2017

Question 1:- A contract of sale of goods is a contract whereby the seller transfers or agrees to transfer the property:            

a)   for a price                       

b)   in goods                       

c)   in goods to the buyer for a price.                       

d)   none of the options provided                       

Question 2:- According to Section 2(7) of Sale of Goods, ‘goods’ means:  

a)   every kind of movable property,                       

b)   property other than actionable claims and money                       

c)   every kind of property                       

d)   every kind of movable property, other than actionable claims and money                        

Question 3:- The goods which form the subject of a contract of sale :         

a)   may be either existing goods, owned or possessed by the seller, or future goods.                       

b)   are goods which are owned or possessed by the seller                        

c)   are existing goods only                       

d)   none of the options provided                       

Question 4:- where trees are sold to be cut and then taken away by the buyer;       

a)   that will be a contract for sale of immovable property.                       

b)   that will be a contract for sale of movable property.                       

c)   that will be a contract of existing goods                       

d)   that will be a contract of future goods                       

Question 5:- A contract of sale may be made:           

a)   in writing                       

b)   by word of mouth,                       

c)   may be implied from the conduct of the parties.                       

d)   all options are correct                        

Question 6:- where the transfer of the property in the goods is to take place at a future time, the contract is called :            

a)   sale                       

b)   an agreement to sell.                       

c)   provisional sale                        

d)   conditional sale                       

Question 7:- A stipulation collateral to the main purpose of the contract of sale of goods, is called:          

a)   a condition                       

b)   warranty                       

c)   guarantee                        

d)   stipulation                       

Question 8:- In a contract of sale of goods, Breach of a condition gives the aggrieved party right to:        

a)   repudiate the contract                       

b)   claim damages                        

c)   repudiate the contract and also claim damages                       

d)   none of the options provided                       

Question 9:- The implied conditions, in a sale by sample include:    

a)   The bulk shall correspond with the sample in quality                       

b)   The buyer shall have a reasonable opportunity of comparing the bulk with the sample                       

c)   The goods shall be free from any defects rendering them un-merchantable, which would not be apparent on reasonable examination of the sample.                       

d)   all points given as option A, B and C                       

Question 10:- In a contract for sale of goods, Buyer may have an action, in respect of physical injuries caused by defect in the goods;   

a)   against the manufacturer                       

b)   against the dealer                       

c)   against the dealer as also the manufacturer                       

d)   none of the options is correct                       

Question 11:- In a contract for sale of goods, When the seller is bound to weigh, measure, test or do some other act for ascertaining the price, the property in the goods:            

a)   passes at the time of agreement                       

b)   passes at the time of payment                       

c)   does not pass until such act is done and the buyer has a notice of it.                       

d)   does not pass until a fresh agreement is made                       

Question 12:- The maxim is “nemo det quod non habet” which means that:            

a)   no one can be the owner unless he makes payment                       

b)   no one can give what he has not got.                       

c)   no one can get title of goods unless given in writing                       

d)   giving is better than taking                       

Question 13:- The fundamental principle of the law on sale of goods is, that :        

a)   the seller is bound to point out defects of his goods                       

b)   The seller is not bound to point out defects of his own goods.                       

c)   the buyer must inspect the goods to find out if they will suit his purpose.                       

d)   both options at B and C are correct                       

Question 14:- ‘Negotiable’ means transferable. In the case of a negotiable instrument Negotiation can take place from one person to another:   

a)   by mere delivery or by endorsement and delivery.                       

b)   only by endorsement and delivery.                       

c)   all negotiable instruments cannot be negotiated                       

d)   negotiation of a negotiable instrument cannot take place by mere delivery                       

Question 15:- A promissory note, bill of exchange or cheque is payable to bearer which is:            

a)   expressed to be so payable                       

b)   on which the only endorsement is an endorsement in blank.                       

c)   on which the last endorsement is an endorsement in blank.                       

d)   expressed to be so payable or on which the only or last endorsement is an endorsement in blank.                       

Question 16:- Money orders; Postal orders; Fixed Deposit receipts; share certificates; Letters of Credit are examples of:       

a)   Negotiable Instruments                       

b)   Non-negotiable instruments                       

c)   some of these are negotiable instruments while others are not                       

d)   none of given options is correct                       

Question 17:- bills of lading; dock warrants; railway receipts and wharfinger certificates are examples of:            

a)   negotiable Instruments                       

b)   non-negotiable instruments                       

c)   quasi- negotiable instruments                        

d)   none of the options                       

Question 18:- A Bill of Exchange, not payable on demand, is entitled to get:         

a)   3 days grace period.                       

b)   7 days of grace period                       

c)   grace period only if the maturity falls due on a bank holiday                       

d)   none of the options                       

Question 19:- An accommodation bill is not supported by consideration or a trading transaction. It is drawn with the object of providing financial help either to drawer or to both drawer and the drawee. Which of the options is true in case of an accommodation bill?         

a)   An accommodation bill creates no obligation of payment between the parties to the transaction.                        

b)   The accommodation party is liable on the bill to any subsequent ‘holder for value’.                       

c)   both option A and B are correct                       

d)   none of the given options is correct                       

Question 20:- Section 31 of Reserve Bank of India, Act overrides the Negotiable Instruments Act. which of the options mentions the provisions of the Section 31 0f RBI Act?       

a)   No person in India, other than RBI or the Central Government can make or issue a promissory note “payable to bearer”. No person in India other than RBI or the Central Government can draw or accept a bill of exchange ‘payable to bearer on demand’.                       

b)   A cheque ‘payable to bearer on demand’ can be drawn on a person’s account with the banker.                       

c)

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