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Current Lectures

Pages for lectures up to winter semester 2003/2004 are only available via our old teaching page, which may contain broken links. Please allow us some time while the pages are being revised.

Game Theory

Game Theory is concerned with rational decision making to further one's own goals, and in particular with interactions and conflicts between goals of different players. Game theory studies how knowledge about other players' objectives influences one's own decisions and behavior.

Course type: Lecture
Lecturers: Prof. Dr. Bernhard Nebel and Dr. Robert Mattmüller
Web page: Game Theory

Knowledge Representation and Reasoning

The course provides a detailed introduction to the techniques that form the basis of advanced systems for knowledge representation and automatic reasoning: semantic networks and inheritance, description logics, non-monotonic reasoning (default logic, cumulative logic, answer set programming) as well as temporal and spatial constraint-based reasoning.

Course type: Lecture
Lecturers: Prof. Dr. Bernhard Nebel and Dr. Felix Lindner
Web page: Knowledge Representation and Reasoning

Robotics Lab Course: Social Robotics

This course gives hands-on experience in the design and implementation of social robots.

Course type: Lecture
Lecturers: Prof. Dr. Bernhard Nebel and Dr. Felix Lindner
Web page: Robotics Lab Course: Social Robotics

Seminar: KI im Alltag - heute und morgen

In this seminar we will discuss artificial intelligence techniques used in everyday life. On the basis of original literature, we strive to examine the underlying procedures and algorithms, as well as practical applications in current and future everyday life.

Course type: Seminar
Organizers: Prof. Dr. Bernhard Nebel, Tim Schulte, Thorsten Engesser and Florian Geißer
Web page: Seminar: KI im Alltag - heute und morgen