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This is the homepage of '''2-AIN-108 Computational Logic''' course in the Master program of Applied Informatics. | This is the homepage of '''2-AIN-108 Computational Logic''' course in the Master program of Applied Informatics. | ||
− | * Lecturers: | + | * Lecturers: Martin Homola, Júlia Pukancová |
− | * Lab assistants: | + | * Lab assistants: Júlia Pukancová |
− | * Schedule: | + | * Schedule: Wed 9:50 F1-109 (lectures), Wed 15:40 M-VII (labs) |
− | * '''New:''' [http://wiki.matfyz.sk/CompLog2012_Projekty Project assignments] (student's wiki) | + | <!--* '''New:''' [http://wiki.matfyz.sk/CompLog2012_Projekty Project assignments] (student's wiki) |
− | * | + | * Lab Evaluation: [https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ai_OUoCwIBGsdDN4M2dPNm00TFctYm8ya012bTIzNUE&usp=sharing Google Docs] |
− | + | * Lab Evaluation: [https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1jbwqgBaV-aKtYYyA2zQn6r-lMKk_fMe3GAdcSaOe7-4 Google Docs] | |
− | + | '''New:''' [http://wiki.matfyz.sk/CompLog2014_Projekty Project assignments] --> | |
− | + | === Syllabus === | |
− | == Syllabus == | + | |
# First Order Logic | # First Order Logic | ||
− | # Description | + | # Description Logics and Ontologies |
− | # Logic | + | # Logic Programming - Prolog |
− | # | + | # Answer Set Programming |
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− | + | === Evaluation === | |
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− | + | * 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 === | |
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− | + | * 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 | ||
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− | # [[ | + | === Lecture Slides === |
− | # [[ | + | # [[media:CompLog2014-Lecture-1-FOL.pdf|First Order Logic, Syntax and Semanics]] |
− | # [[ | + | # [[media:CompLog2014-Lecture-2-Reasoning-with-FOL.pdf|Reasoning with FOL]] |
− | # [[ | + | # [[media:CompLog2014-Lecture-3-Applications-of-FOL.pdf|Applications of FOL]] |
− | # [[ | + | # [[media:CompLog2014-Lecture-4-Description-Logics.pdf|Description Logics]] |
− | # [[ | + | # [[media:CompLog2014-Lecture-5-Reasoning-with-DL.pdf|Reasoning with DL]] |
− | # [[ | + | # More DLs and Their Applications |
− | # [[ | + | --> |
− | # [[ | + | <!-- |
+ | # [[media:CompLog2013-Lecture-6-More-DLs-and-Apps.pdf|More DLs and Their Applications]] | ||
+ | --> | ||
+ | <!-- | ||
+ | # [[media:CompLog2014-Lecture-7-LP.pdf|Introduction to Logic Programming]] | ||
+ | # [[media:CompLog2014-Lecture-8-Prolog.pdf|Logic Programming and Prolog]] | ||
+ | # [[media:CompLog2014-Lecture-9-Applications-of-Prolog.pdf|Applications of Prolog]] | ||
+ | # [[media:CompLog2014-Lecture-10-ASP.pdf|Answer Set Programming]] | ||
+ | # [[media:CompLog2014-Lecture-11-Extensions-and-Applications-of-ASP.pdf|Extensions and Applications of ASP]] | ||
=== Exercises === | === Exercises === | ||
− | # [[ | + | # [[media:CompLog2013-Exercises-1-FOL.pdf|First Order Logic, Syntax and Formalization]] |
− | # [[ | + | # [[media:CompLog2014-Exercises-2-3-FOL.pdf|First Order Logic, Semantics and Reasoning]] |
− | # [[ | + | # [[media:CompLog2014-Exercises-4-Resolution.pdf|First Order Logic, Resolution]] |
− | # [[ | + | # [[media:CompLog2014-Exercises-5-DL.pdf|Decription Logic, Conceptualization]] |
− | # [[ | + | # [[media:CompLog2014-Exercises-6-Reasoning-with-DL.pdf|DL, Tableau Algorithm]] |
− | # [[ | + | # [[media:CompLog2014-Exercises-7-Reasoning-with-DL.pdf|DL, Tableau Algorithm with ABox]] |
− | # [[ | + | # [[media:CompLog2014-Exercises-8-Logic-Programming.pdf|Logic Programming - Introduction]] |
− | # [[ | + | # [[media:CompLog2014-Exercises-9-Prolog.pdf|Logic Programming - Prolog]] |
+ | --> | ||
+ | <!--# | ||
+ | # [[media:CompLog2013-Exercises-9-LP.pdf|Logic Programming - ASP]] | ||
+ | --> |
Latest revision as of 16:07, 14 September 2016
This is the homepage of 2-AIN-108 Computational Logic course in the Master program of Applied Informatics.
- Lecturers: Martin Homola, Júlia Pukancová
- Lab assistants: Júlia Pukancová
- Schedule: Wed 9:50 F1-109 (lectures), Wed 15:40 M-VII (labs)
Syllabus
- First Order Logic
- Description Logics and Ontologies
- Logic Programming - Prolog
- 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