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# Machine Learning with Artificial Intelligence Alison Free Certificate Exam Answers

• True
• False

• Reachability analysis on the given problem
• Delimiting the search space
• Increasing the search space
• Computability analysis on the given problem
• A bayesian network
• Two prior probabilities
• A conditional probability
• A utility probability

• P(A) + P(B) – P(A Λ B)
• P(A V B) = P(A) + P(B) – P(A Λ B)
• P(A V B) = P(A) + P(B)
• P(A V B) = P(A) – P(B)

• Action planning
• Nonlinear planning
• Goal-stack planning
• Linear planning
• True
• False
• Total order plan
• Graph plan
• Partial order plan
• Linearized plan

• Affirmative dependence
• Conditional dependence
• Conditional independence
• Affirmative independence
• It is a kind of hierarchical planner
• It is very efficient in solving large problems
• It greatly reduces search space
• It is used as a delimeter
• Utility space
• Sample space
• Probabilistic space
• Empty space

• Graph based planning
• Plan space planning
• Regression planning
• Progression planning
• Utility rule
• Bayes’ rule
• Acting under uncertainty
• Rational decisions
• Objects are universal
• Successor state axioms specify truth values of fluent in the current state
• Situations and actions are explicitly taken to the objects in the domain
• They are the only ways to represent beliefs about a changing world
• Probability theory
• Bayesian theory
• Combination theory
• Utility theory
• Practical ignorance
• Arrogance
• Laziness
• Theoretical ignorance
• 100 and 1000
• 10 and 100
• 0 and 1
• 1 and 10
• Arrogance
• Laziness
• Poverty
• Ignorance
• Solve queries
• Increase complexity of a query
• Decrease complexity of a query
• Equality in the representation of goals, states, and actions
• Differences in the representation of goals, states, and actions
• Differences in the representation and construction of action sequences
• Equality in the representation and construction of action sequences
• Actions are effectively instantaneous
• Actions are not represented explicitly as part of the world model
• Actions are thought of as operators that syntactically transform world models
• Actions are randomly instantaneous
• Dependent
• Conditionally dependent
• Conditionally independent
• Independent