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Overview These slides are a fairly faithful LaTeX reproduction of handwritten slides used at Berkeley for the last two years. The undergraduate AI course at Berkeley lasts fifteen weeks. With one midterm exam and one public holiday, there are usually 28 lectures of 80 minutes each. The material covered is described in the sample syllabus , which also contains pointers to the slides themselves and to notes on each lecture. The lecture schedule is fairly ambitious.
In practice, we seldom get to cover philosophical issues Chapters 26 and 27 and the coverage of vision and robotics is often compressed into two lectures. The slides reflect this: the coverage of the later chapters is somewhat shallower than that of the traditional "core" material. Each lecturer should adjust the pace of presentation to suit his or her interests and those of the students. There is no obligation to cover each chunk of slides in a single lecture. Features These slides are designed primarily for use as transparencies on a regular overhead projector, but it is easy to produce a version suitable for computer projection using a postscript or pdf viewer.
The slides are generally a straightforward combination of short lines of text, equations, and figures from the text as well as many new figures. The files are available as postscript and as latex source files see next section. Two pedagogical devices are used: Questions: some slides include explicit questions, doubly underlined, that students should answer verbally in class.
Of course, the instructor will probably ask many more questions than this, but it is sometimes helpful to have some questions on the slides to push students to "fill in the answers. Overlays: Instead of elaborate PowerPoint animations, sequences of overlaid slides are used to show, for example, the progress of an algorithm. Overlays are distinguished by the absence of headers; overlay figures are positioned so that the slides stack directly on top of each other.
In some cases, a long sequence more than six has to be broken into two or more subsequences to avoid creating an opaque stack. Depending on the nature of your transparencies, projector, and classroom, you may need to modify the source files to generate more subsequences. For computer projection of ps or pdf files, you will want to use a sequence of cumulative figures rather than a sequence of overlays; for instructions on how to do this, see below. The pdf files provided here use cumulative figures, whereas the postscript files use overlay figures.
Source files The latex source files are named by chapter number, e. The sequence on a typical unix machine is as follows: latex chapter03 dvips -o chapter Since latex figure placement is defined by the postscript bounding box, and most drawing programs compute the bounding box by the outermost "marks", overlay figures are usually drawn on an enclosing white invisible background that is fixed for all the overlays in a sequence.
The pdf files provided here were created in this way to allow for computer projection.
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