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Take a look at the logic classes above. No need to understand everything, but no

Take a look at the logic classes above. No need to understand
everything, but notice that this file defines several classes for
different types of logical connectives. These classes can be composed
within each other, so an expression like And(Not(A), Or(B, C))
represents the logical sentence stating that symbol A is not true, and
that symbol B or symbol C is true (where “or” here refers to inclusive,
not exclusive, or).
The code also contains a function model_check. model_check takes a
knowledge base and a query. The knowledge base is a single logical
sentence: if multiple logical sentences are known, they can be joined
together in an And expression. model_check recursively considers all
possible models, and returns True if the knowledge base entails the
query, and returns False otherwise.
Now, take a look at the code below. At the top, we’ve defined six
propositional symbols. AKnight, for example, represents the sentence
that “A is a knight,” while AKnave represents the sentence that “A is a
knave.” We’ve similarly defined propositional symbols for characters B
and C as well.
What follows are four different knowledge bases, knowledge0,
knowledge1, knowledge2, and knowledge3, which will contain the knowledge
needed to deduce the solutions to the upcoming Puzzles 0, 1, 2, and 3,
respectively. Notice that, for now, each of these knowledge bases is
empty. That’s where you come in!
The checker function loops over all puzzles, and uses model checking
to compute, given the knowledge for that puzzle, whether each character
is a knight or a knave, printing out any conclusions that the model
checking algorithm is able to make.
You must make each sentance into propositional logic.
You can do most of this in your head, but that is not the goal
To get you started, think about the cases when they are telling the truth or not
# If B is lying
And(Implication(BKnave,Not(CKnave))) ,
# If B is telling the truth And(Implication(BKnight,CKnave)),
Don’t forget that they each must be one or the other. They cannot be both
There is code checking if trait == ‘1’ or ‘0’ but the values should be
integers and not strings. It will not load correctly if you check the
values as strings.

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Take a look at the logic classes above. No need to understand everything, but no

Take a look at the logic classes above. No need to understand
everything, but notice that this file defines several classes for
different types of logical connectives. These classes can be composed
within each other, so an expression like And(Not(A), Or(B, C))
represents the logical sentence stating that symbol A is not true, and
that symbol B or symbol C is true (where “or” here refers to inclusive,
not exclusive, or).
The code also contains a function model_check. model_check takes a
knowledge base and a query. The knowledge base is a single logical
sentence: if multiple logical sentences are known, they can be joined
together in an And expression. model_check recursively considers all
possible models, and returns True if the knowledge base entails the
query, and returns False otherwise.
Now, take a look at the code below. At the top, we’ve defined six
propositional symbols. AKnight, for example, represents the sentence
that “A is a knight,” while AKnave represents the sentence that “A is a
knave.” We’ve similarly defined propositional symbols for characters B
and C as well.
What follows are four different knowledge bases, knowledge0,
knowledge1, knowledge2, and knowledge3, which will contain the knowledge
needed to deduce the solutions to the upcoming Puzzles 0, 1, 2, and 3,
respectively. Notice that, for now, each of these knowledge bases is
empty. That’s where you come in!
The checker function loops over all puzzles, and uses model checking
to compute, given the knowledge for that puzzle, whether each character
is a knight or a knave, printing out any conclusions that the model
checking algorithm is able to make.
You must make each sentance into propositional logic.
You can do most of this in your head, but that is not the goal
To get you started, think about the cases when they are telling the truth or not
# If B is lying
And(Implication(BKnave,Not(CKnave))) ,
# If B is telling the truth And(Implication(BKnight,CKnave)),
Don’t forget that they each must be one or the other. They cannot be both
There is code checking if trait == ‘1’ or ‘0’ but the values should be
integers and not strings. It will not load correctly if you check the
values as strings.

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Artificial Intelligence

only write the Conclusion, summaries key points in line with the introduction, U

only write the Conclusion, summaries key points in line with the introduction, Uses and Applications and Challenges, should be more than 400 words, plese use Harvard referencing.in addition, attach PDF doc it had the graphs and other visuals and it good to have these incorporated. furthermore, the text style and should follow the other sections which had been published on the PPT.

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What are they supposed to do?

Case Study Instructions
Case Study Objective:
This case study is an opportunity for you to practice your knowledge and to develop skills of working in teams.

.
Case Study report
Presentation

9 marks
5 marks

Case Study Report
Presentation

Note: the following case study is just an example, students are supposed to find a separate case study

Example Case Studies: Enterprise Software Choice Nightmares
Each example assumes steps as follows:

Case # 1 –Corporation is unprepared for what is coming – but believed they were okay.
A manufacturer/distributor must upgrade their software to satisfy their business and client needs, or they will unavoidably fail. Upon examination, we find infrastructures are inadequate, and inner resources do not allow this change. Additional, because of their cash position, they cannot fund the lowest requirements for a new enterprise solution.
What are they supposed to do?
They must retrench and reconstruct quickly in as cost-effective manner. To serve their requirements, they must substitute all servers, operating systems, upgrade the network architecture, PCs, printers, improve their internet connection, rise network bandwidth, install wireless networking, protect their data backups, email SPAM control, implement security firewall,. i.e.: upgrade it all! What was believed to be a software spend of $35-$55K derived to be an enterprise spend of $160-$260K, and excluding the software.
It is avoidable with proactive budgeted enterprise management. You cannot permit your business to fail because systems are out of reach.
Case # 2 – Corporation is prepared to spend – but don’t know enough to execute properly.
When we encounter a client that has the financial capitals but not sufficient technical resources to deply today’s enterprise systems, we are prepared to contribute in hiring, raining, and support. The trick is the cost of these resources is high, and availability is inadequate. Businesses in a sound financial situation must also know they have resource necessities to consider while taking on a up-to-date solution. It is not for the reason that systems are complex it is because infrastructure and user requirements have raised.
For example:
Today is a extremely competitive and combative environment. Let’s look at some factors disturbing these pieces. Global rivalry is all the rage. China pays its employees $0.50/hour. Without the complete best systems, technologies, implementation, integration, utilization, cost-controls, security of the enterprise, accuracy in data, dedication to continuous monitoring and decision support tools, our businesses will flop and feel like they could do nothing about it.
We have, today the absolute utmost robust and reliable tools a little generation of business has ever seen. We can perform our business from a mobile phone from the inside of the Desert. If we can do this, the remaining is a matter of application.
Note: the above mentioned case study is just an example, students are supposed to find a separate case study.
4 Marks

Learning Outcome(s): CLO1: Explain the interdisciplinary concepts, theories, and trends in ES and their role in supporting business operations.

Question One
Your first task is to select a case study (from real-world or using internet). It can be related to enterprise systems or related to an organization/store or on any relevant topic.
After selecting the case study describe it in your own words using following points.
Clear headline: It should give the most important information.
Snapshot: Provide the main points, including the client’s name/industry, the product/service used, and quick result stats.
Client introduction: One or two sentences describing the customer and a highlight about them.
Problem: State the problem/goal, consequences, and any hesitations the customer had. Include quotes.
Solution: Share how they found you, why they chose you, what solution they chose, and how it was implemented. Include quotes.
Results: Describe the results and the benefits, as well as any bonus benefits that came of it. Include quotes.
Conclusion: Share additional praise from the customer and words of advice they have for other people/businesses like them.
2 Marks

Learning Outcome(s): CLO4: Design ES architectural models for various business processes.

Question Two Model (As-Is) process using BPMN 2.0 using any tool such as Visio. Then analyze As-Is process from atleast two perspectives. Forexample, if quality and time perspectives are taken then mention at least 1 issue related to quality and 1 issue related to time in the process.
3 Marks

Learning Outcome(s):
CLO3: Discuss the issues and challenges associated with implementing ES and their impacts on corporate enterprises.

Question Three Propose at least three (3) ideas for improving the process of your selected case study from any three (3) prespectives: for example a) equipments prespective, b) employees prespective, c) IT & IS technologies prespective, etc. Lastly, propose the To-Be process model using BPMN 2.0 by utilizing any tools?

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What are they supposed to do?

Case Study Instructions
Case Study Objective:
This case study is an opportunity for you to practice your knowledge and to develop skills of working in teams.

.
Case Study report
Presentation

9 marks
5 marks

Case Study Report
Presentation

Note: the following case study is just an example, students are supposed to find a separate case study

Example Case Studies: Enterprise Software Choice Nightmares
Each example assumes steps as follows:

Case # 1 –Corporation is unprepared for what is coming – but believed they were okay.
A manufacturer/distributor must upgrade their software to satisfy their business and client needs, or they will unavoidably fail. Upon examination, we find infrastructures are inadequate, and inner resources do not allow this change. Additional, because of their cash position, they cannot fund the lowest requirements for a new enterprise solution.
What are they supposed to do?
They must retrench and reconstruct quickly in as cost-effective manner. To serve their requirements, they must substitute all servers, operating systems, upgrade the network architecture, PCs, printers, improve their internet connection, rise network bandwidth, install wireless networking, protect their data backups, email SPAM control, implement security firewall,. i.e.: upgrade it all! What was believed to be a software spend of $35-$55K derived to be an enterprise spend of $160-$260K, and excluding the software.
It is avoidable with proactive budgeted enterprise management. You cannot permit your business to fail because systems are out of reach.
Case # 2 – Corporation is prepared to spend – but don’t know enough to execute properly.
When we encounter a client that has the financial capitals but not sufficient technical resources to deply today’s enterprise systems, we are prepared to contribute in hiring, raining, and support. The trick is the cost of these resources is high, and availability is inadequate. Businesses in a sound financial situation must also know they have resource necessities to consider while taking on a up-to-date solution. It is not for the reason that systems are complex it is because infrastructure and user requirements have raised.
For example:
Today is a extremely competitive and combative environment. Let’s look at some factors disturbing these pieces. Global rivalry is all the rage. China pays its employees $0.50/hour. Without the complete best systems, technologies, implementation, integration, utilization, cost-controls, security of the enterprise, accuracy in data, dedication to continuous monitoring and decision support tools, our businesses will flop and feel like they could do nothing about it.
We have, today the absolute utmost robust and reliable tools a little generation of business has ever seen. We can perform our business from a mobile phone from the inside of the Desert. If we can do this, the remaining is a matter of application.
Note: the above mentioned case study is just an example, students are supposed to find a separate case study.
4 Marks

Learning Outcome(s): CLO1: Explain the interdisciplinary concepts, theories, and trends in ES and their role in supporting business operations.

Question One
Your first task is to select a case study (from real-world or using internet). It can be related to enterprise systems or related to an organization/store or on any relevant topic.
After selecting the case study describe it in your own words using following points.
Clear headline: It should give the most important information.
Snapshot: Provide the main points, including the client’s name/industry, the product/service used, and quick result stats.
Client introduction: One or two sentences describing the customer and a highlight about them.
Problem: State the problem/goal, consequences, and any hesitations the customer had. Include quotes.
Solution: Share how they found you, why they chose you, what solution they chose, and how it was implemented. Include quotes.
Results: Describe the results and the benefits, as well as any bonus benefits that came of it. Include quotes.
Conclusion: Share additional praise from the customer and words of advice they have for other people/businesses like them.
2 Marks

Learning Outcome(s): CLO4: Design ES architectural models for various business processes.

Question Two Model (As-Is) process using BPMN 2.0 using any tool such as Visio. Then analyze As-Is process from atleast two perspectives. Forexample, if quality and time perspectives are taken then mention at least 1 issue related to quality and 1 issue related to time in the process.
3 Marks

Learning Outcome(s):
CLO3: Discuss the issues and challenges associated with implementing ES and their impacts on corporate enterprises.

Question Three Propose at least three (3) ideas for improving the process of your selected case study from any three (3) prespectives: for example a) equipments prespective, b) employees prespective, c) IT & IS technologies prespective, etc. Lastly, propose the To-Be process model using BPMN 2.0 by utilizing any tools?

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Briefly explain the emerging technology you selected and how it works;

post your initial response to the discussion prompt (400-600 words). Your initial post should: Briefly explain the emerging technology you selected and how it works;
Generate an example application of the technology you selected in the context of your local or regional environment. The example could be a real existing example or a hypothetical one;
Assess the impact of your example technology application on legal, social, ethical, and/or professional issues in your context;
Explain how the technology is applied in these local or regional settings.

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Explain how the technology is applied in these local or regional settings.

post your initial response to the discussion prompt (400-600 words). Your initial post should:
Briefly explain the emerging technology you selected and how it works;
Generate an example application of the technology you selected in the context of your local or regional environment. The example could be a real existing example or a hypothetical one;
Assess the impact of your example technology application on legal, social, ethical, and/or professional issues in your context;
Explain how the technology is applied in these local or regional settings.

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Answer the following questions

Hello,
Please answer the following tasks as per the guidelines in word document
Assignment: 1.3 Ozobot Shape Tracer
Browse to https://games.ozoblockly.com/shapetracer-basic and investigate the “line tracing games” there. After you become familiar with the coding tasks in “Shape Tracer 1,” browse to “Shape Tracer 2” –
https://games.ozoblockly.com/shapetracer-advanced and complete levels 1, 2, and 3. [home for these and others is, https://ozobot.com/create/challenges]
Using a screen capture app (and not your phone or camera), capture your code for each level after you successfully complete it. Ensure both your code and the path traced by the ozobot are visible in the screen capture.
Insert your screen images into a Microsoft Word data file. Save your file with the name assignment 1.3 and upload it here. Be sure your name is in the document and you have labeled the images with the level number.
Homework Assignment 1.3 is worth 10 points and will be graded based upon accuracy and completeness of information along with properly inserting the images into the document.
See the Technology Assignment Rubric for grading criteria. ========================================================
Assignment: 1.4 Ozobot Programming
Using your Ozobot, create code, load it into the robot, and execute it to perform the following:
A – travel in a square
B – travel in two “back to back” triangles [imagine a crude bow tie shape]
C – travel in the shape of an infinity sign [imagine two crude circles back to back]
Upload your code pasted into a document here. You can test out your code before downloading it to your Ozobot (or in the absence of a real robot) by using the simulator https://games.ozoblockly.com/shapetracer-freeform or by using https://games.ozoblockly.com/shapetracer-advanced?… and “ignore” the challenge and just code the assignment
See the Technology Assignment Rubric for grading criteria.
===============================================================
Assignment: 1.5 Search Trees
After you have thoroughly read sections 11.1 – 11.3 in chapter 11 of Computer Science: An Overview. Answer the following questions
A) Draw the search tree that is generated by a breadth-first search in an attempt to solve the eight-puzzle from the following start state without the assistance of any heuristic information. Continue the tree for 5 levels or until a solution is obtained.
1 3
4 2 5
7 8 6
B) Draw the search tree that is generated by the best-fit algorithm below in an attempt to solve the eight-puzzle from the state shown in the first problem if the number of tiles out of place is used as a heuristic. [the first heuristic]
C) Draw the search tree that is generated by the best-fit algorithm as detailed in the previous question in an attempt to solve the eight-puzzle from the following start state, assuming the heuristic used is as follows:
Measure the distance each tile is from its destination and add these values to obtain a single quantity. [the second heuristic]
1 2 3
5 7 6
4 8
D) When solving the eight-puzzle, why would the number of tiles out of place [the first heuristic] not be as good a heuristic as the one described in the question above [the second heuristic]?
See the Technology Assignment Rubric for grading criteria.

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Answer the following questions

Hello,
Please answer the following tasks as per the guidelines in word document
Assignment: 1.3 Ozobot Shape Tracer
Browse to https://games.ozoblockly.com/shapetracer-basic and investigate the “line tracing games” there. After you become familiar with the coding tasks in “Shape Tracer 1,” browse to “Shape Tracer 2” –
https://games.ozoblockly.com/shapetracer-advanced and complete levels 1, 2, and 3. [home for these and others is, https://ozobot.com/create/challenges]
Using a screen capture app (and not your phone or camera), capture your code for each level after you successfully complete it. Ensure both your code and the path traced by the ozobot are visible in the screen capture.
Insert your screen images into a Microsoft Word data file. Save your file with the name assignment 1.3 and upload it here. Be sure your name is in the document and you have labeled the images with the level number.
Homework Assignment 1.3 is worth 10 points and will be graded based upon accuracy and completeness of information along with properly inserting the images into the document.
See the Technology Assignment Rubric for grading criteria. ========================================================
Assignment: 1.4 Ozobot Programming
Using your Ozobot, create code, load it into the robot, and execute it to perform the following:
A – travel in a square
B – travel in two “back to back” triangles [imagine a crude bow tie shape]
C – travel in the shape of an infinity sign [imagine two crude circles back to back]
Upload your code pasted into a document here. You can test out your code before downloading it to your Ozobot (or in the absence of a real robot) by using the simulator https://games.ozoblockly.com/shapetracer-freeform or by using https://games.ozoblockly.com/shapetracer-advanced?… and “ignore” the challenge and just code the assignment
See the Technology Assignment Rubric for grading criteria.
===============================================================
Assignment: 1.5 Search Trees
After you have thoroughly read sections 11.1 – 11.3 in chapter 11 of Computer Science: An Overview. Answer the following questions
A) Draw the search tree that is generated by a breadth-first search in an attempt to solve the eight-puzzle from the following start state without the assistance of any heuristic information. Continue the tree for 5 levels or until a solution is obtained.
1 3
4 2 5
7 8 6
B) Draw the search tree that is generated by the best-fit algorithm below in an attempt to solve the eight-puzzle from the state shown in the first problem if the number of tiles out of place is used as a heuristic. [the first heuristic]
C) Draw the search tree that is generated by the best-fit algorithm as detailed in the previous question in an attempt to solve the eight-puzzle from the following start state, assuming the heuristic used is as follows:
Measure the distance each tile is from its destination and add these values to obtain a single quantity. [the second heuristic]
1 2 3
5 7 6
4 8
D) When solving the eight-puzzle, why would the number of tiles out of place [the first heuristic] not be as good a heuristic as the one described in the question above [the second heuristic]?
See the Technology Assignment Rubric for grading criteria.

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Answer the following questions

Hello,
Please answer the following tasks as per the guidelines in word document Assignment: 1.3 Ozobot Shape Tracer
Browse to https://games.ozoblockly.com/shapetracer-basic and investigate the “line tracing games” there. After you become familiar with the coding tasks in “Shape Tracer 1,” browse to “Shape Tracer 2” –
https://games.ozoblockly.com/shapetracer-advanced and complete levels 1, 2, and 3. [home for these and others is, https://ozobot.com/create/challenges]
Using a screen capture app (and not your phone or camera), capture your code for each level after you successfully complete it. Ensure both your code and the path traced by the ozobot are visible in the screen capture.
Insert your screen images into a Microsoft Word data file. Save your file with the name assignment 1.3 and upload it here. Be sure your name is in the document and you have labeled the images with the level number.
Homework Assignment 1.3 is worth 10 points and will be graded based upon accuracy and completeness of information along with properly inserting the images into the document.
See the Technology Assignment Rubric for grading criteria. ========================================================
Assignment: 1.4 Ozobot Programming
Using your Ozobot, create code, load it into the robot, and execute it to perform the following:
A – travel in a square
B – travel in two “back to back” triangles [imagine a crude bow tie shape]
C – travel in the shape of an infinity sign [imagine two crude circles back to back]
Upload your code pasted into a document here. You can test out your code before downloading it to your Ozobot (or in the absence of a real robot) by using the simulator https://games.ozoblockly.com/shapetracer-freeform or by using https://games.ozoblockly.com/shapetracer-advanced?… and “ignore” the challenge and just code the assignment
See the Technology Assignment Rubric for grading criteria. ===============================================================
Assignment: 1.5 Search Trees
After you have thoroughly read sections 11.1 – 11.3 in chapter 11 of Computer Science: An Overview. Answer the following questions A) Draw the search tree that is generated by a breadth-first search in an attempt to solve the eight-puzzle from the following start state without the assistance of any heuristic information. Continue the tree for 5 levels or until a solution is obtained.
1 3
4 2 5
7 8 6
B) Draw the search tree that is generated by the best-fit algorithm below in an attempt to solve the eight-puzzle from the state shown in the first problem if the number of tiles out of place is used as a heuristic. [the first heuristic]
C) Draw the search tree that is generated by the best-fit algorithm as detailed in the previous question in an attempt to solve the eight-puzzle from the following start state, assuming the heuristic used is as follows:
Measure the distance each tile is from its destination and add these values to obtain a single quantity. [the second heuristic]
1 2 3
5 7 6
4 8
D) When solving the eight-puzzle, why would the number of tiles out of place [the first heuristic] not be as good a heuristic as the one described in the question above [the second heuristic]?
See the Technology Assignment Rubric for grading criteria.