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Revision as of 14:38, 2 December 2013
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 8:10 M-IV (lectures), Wed 14:50 F1-108 (labs)
- Lab Evaluation: Google Docs
- New: Project assignments
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
Lecture Slides
- First Order Logic, Syntax and Semanics
- Reasoning with FOL
- Applications of FOL
- Description Logics
- Reasoning with DL
- More DLs and Their Applications
- Introduction to Logic Programming
- Logic Programming and Prolog