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Revision as of 13:51, 21 October 2014

This is the homepage of 2-AIN-108 Computational Logic course in the Master program of Applied Informatics.

  • Lecturers: Martin Baláž, Martin Homola
  • Lab assistants: Martin Baláž
  • Schedule: Tue 14:00 F1-109 (lectures), Thu 12:20 F1-247 (labs)
  • Lab Evaluation: Google Docs
  • New: Project assignments

Syllabus

  1. First Order Logic
  2. Description Logics and Ontologies
  3. Logic Programming - Prolog
  4. Answer Set Programming

Evaluation

  • Midterm: 10 points (min 0)
  • Exam: 30 points (min 15)
  • Labs: 15 points (min 5)
  • Project/Homework: 15 points (min 5)
  • Total: 70 points

Grading

  • A: 62 and more points
  • B: 54 and more points
  • C: 47 and more points
  • D: 40 and more points
  • E: 34 and more points
  • Fx: less than 34 points

Lecture Slides

  1. First Order Logic, Syntax and Semanics
  2. Reasoning with FOL
  3. Applications of FOL
  4. Description Logics
  5. Reasoning with DL

Exercises

  1. First Order Logic, Syntax and Formalization
  2. First Order Logic, Semantics and Reasoning