1. PROLOG is an AI programming language which solves problems with a form of symbolic logic known as predicate calculus. It was developed in 1972 at the University of Marseilles by a team of specialists. Can you name the person who headed this team?
2. Programming a robot by physically moving it through the trajectory you want it to follow is called:
3. To invoke the LISP system, you must enter
4. DEC advertises that it helped to create "the world's first expert system routinely used in an industrial environment," called XCON or:
5. Prior to the invention of time sharing, the prevalent method of computer access was:
6. Seymour Papert of the MIT AI lab created a programming environment for children called:
7. The Strategic Computing Program is a project of the:
8. The original LISP machines produced by both LMI and Symbolics were based on research performed at:
9. In LISP, the addition 3 + 2 is entered as
10. Weak AI is
11. In LISP, the function assigns the symbol x to y is
12. In LISP, the function returns t if <object> is a CONS cell and nil otherwise:
13. In a rule-based system, procedural domain knowledge is in the form of:
14. If a robot can alter its own trajectory in response to external conditions, it is considered to be:
15. One of the leading American robotics centers is the Robotics Institute located at:
16. In LISP, the function returns the first element of a list Is
17. Nils Nilsson headed a team at SRI that created a mobile robot named:
18. An AI technique that allows computers to understand associations and relationships between objects and events is called:
19. The new organization established to implement the Fifth Generation Project is called:
20. The field that investigates the mechanics of human intelligence is:
21. A problem is first connected to its proposed solution during the _____ stage.
22. What is the name of the computer program that simulates the thought processes of human beings?
23. What is the name of the computer program that contains the distilled knowledge of an expert?
24. Claude Shannon described the operation of electronic switching circuits with a system of mathematical logic called:
25. A computer program that contains expertise in a particular domain is called an: