How you can say that demster-shafer theory is different from bayes’ theorem?

Answer:  Demster-shafer theory Shafer described several, inter-related measures, conveying slightly different messages about evidential weight, and the transformation functions connecting them. One of these, Bel is termed a belief function…

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Q. Convert the following to clausal form. “x: [Roman(x)L know(x, Marcus)]® [hate(x ,Caesar) V (“y:$z: hate(y, z) ® think crazy(x ,y))]

Answer: “All Romans who know Marcus either hate Caesar or think that anyone who hates anyone is crazy.”   There are 9 simple steps to convert from Predicate logic to…

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Generate an example that shows how inheritable knowledge works.

Answer:    Example that shows how inheritable knowledge works:   Consider the word “college”. A “college” has certain features like it will have classrooms, teacher, a playground, building, students, office etc….

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Stochastic variables play an important role in system simulation. Make a system’s model and then simulate it by using these stochastic variables and non uniformely distributed random numbers?

Answer.: A stochastic process, or sometimes random process, is the counterpart to a deterministic process (or deterministic system). Instead of dealing with only one possible reality of how the process…

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Suppose irrigation department is planning to make a water dam, will they start directly building the dam or is there any need to make the model of the system and then simulation,if yes why and if no why and how computers will be used to make the simulation feasible?

Answer:  Dams have been a part of the economic development model of almost all nations of the world. At some stage of their development, most countries with water resources that…

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Compare forward and backward reasoning with examples.

Answer: Forward chaining is one of the two main methods of reasoning when using inference rules (in artificial intelligence) and can be described logically as repeated application of modus ponens….

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In Which Applications Pattern recognition is used and how?

Ans:    An important application of neural networks is pattern recognition. Pattern recognition can be implemented by using a feed-forward (figure 1) neural network that has been trained accordingly. During…

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Semantic Interpretation

 Artificial Intelligence Questions & Answers – Semantic Interpretation 1. What is the extraction of the meaning of utterance?a) Syntacticb) Semanticc) Pragmaticd) None of the mentioned Answer:b 2. What is the…

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Means-Ends Analysis

Q. Show how mean-ends analysis could be used to solve a problem of getting one place to another. Assume that the available operators are like walk, drive, take the bus,…

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Neural Network

 An Artificial Neural Network (ANN) is an information processing paradigm that is inspired by the way biological nervous systems, such as the brain, process information. The key element of this…

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