A Consideration of Some Approaches to Course Organization

S. Rebecca Thomas

An introductory artificial intelligence course may be taught with emphasis on theory and formalism, or with emphasis on engineering artifacts that display some aspect of intelligence. It makes pedagogical sense to organize the course around a central problem or approach, but the course may instead be taught as a smorgasbord of approaches and problems. This paper briefly considers the four possible combinations of approaches.

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