Q1 a process that is repeated, evaaluated, and refined is called:

A. diagnostic

B. descriptive

C. interpretive

D. iterative

Q2 In his landmark bookd Cybernetics, Norbert Winer Suggested a way of modeling scientific phenomena using not eneryg, but

A. mathematics

B. information

C. history

D. intelligence

Q3 Texas instruments incorporated produces a low-cost LISP machine called:

A. The computer-based consultant

B. the explorer

C. The personal consultant

D. Smaltak

Q4 The A1 researcher who co-authored both the handbook of Artifical inteligence and the fifht Generation is

A. BruceLee

B. Randy Davis

C. Ed Feigenbaum

D. Mark Fox

Q5 In the 16 theCentury, Czech rabbi reportedly created a living clay man whose name ha become a synonym for an aftificial human The clay mans's name was

A. Frankenstein

B. Golem

C. Paracelsus

D. Hal

Q6 One definitionof A1 focuses on problem solving methods that process

A. smell

B. symbols

C. touch

D. algorithms

Q7 A bidirectional feedbak loop links computer modeling with

A. artificial science

B. heuristic processign

C. human intelligence

D. cognitive science

Q8 The expert system developed at MIT tosolve mathemtatical problems is known as





Q9 Which of the follwong function returns t if the object is a number in LISP?

A. (number)

B. (numberp)

C. (numericp)

D. (numeric)

Q10 In which of the following situation might a blind search be acceptable?

A. real life situateion

B. complex game

C. small search space

D. all of the above

Q11 Which of the following have computers traditionally done better than people

A. storing information

B. responding flexibly

C. computing numerically

D. both a and c

Q12 A__________ is a series of slots that describwes sequential events.

A. context

B. frame

C. keyword

D. script

Q13 The symbols oused in describing the syntax of a programming language are

A. ()

B. {}

C. "

D. <>

Q14 Whichof the following function returns t if the bject is a symbol inLISP?

A. (*)

B. (symbolp)

C. (nonnumeric)

D. none of the above

Q15 Natural language understanding is used in

A. natural langauge interfaces

B. natural language fornd ends

C. text understanding systems

D. all of the above

Q16 IBM is ready to release a speech recognition system which contains a purpose built processor for manipulating streams of speech and uses statistical routines to match patters of sound, syntax and grammer. What is the name of this system?

A. Fisher

B. Tangora

C. Markov

D. Basica

Q17 In 1985, the famous chess play David Levy eat a world champion chess program in four straight games by using orthodox moves that confused the program. What was the name of thechess program?

A. Kaissa

B. cray blitz

C. Gofl

D. Digdug

Q18 A robot's 'arm' is also known as its:

A. end effector

B. actuator

C. manipulator

D. servomechanism

Q19 Which approach to speech recognition avoids the prblem caused by the difference in the way words are pronounced according tocontext

A. continuous speech recognition

B. connected word recognition

C. isolated word recognition

D. speaker dependent recognition

Q20 A natural languagegeneratiion program must decide

A. what to say

B. ehen to say something

C. why it is being used

D. all of the above

Q21 National language understanding is used in:

A. natural language interfaces

B. natural language front ends

C. text understanding systems

D. all of the above

Q22 Seymour Papert of the MIT A1 lab created programming environemnt for children called:





Q23 which of the following is a component of an expert system?

A. inference engine

B. knowledge base

C. user interface

D. all of the above

Q24 Reasoning from a goal state towards an initial state is called a________search.

A. backward-chaining

B. bidirectiional

C. breadth-first

D. heuristic

Q25 The clause on the right-hand side of a production rule is called the______clause.

A. action

B. condition


D. procedure

Q26 Property inhertance is oneaspect of a _____ that simplifies the process of deduction

A. fuzzy logic system

B. production system

C. semantic network

D. none of the above

Q27 In AI programming, a list may contain

A. cells

B. fields

C. pointers

D. all of the above

Q28 The first AI programing language was called





Q29 The "Turing Machine" showed that you could use a/an_______ system to program any alogorithm task.

A. binary

B. elecro-chemical

C. recrusive semantic

D. None of above

Q30 For speech understandings system to gain widespread acceptance in office automation, theymust feature:

A. speaker independence

B. speaker dependence

C. isolated word recognition

D. all of the above

Q31 A problem is first connected to its proposed solution during the _________statge.

A. identification

B. conceptualization

C. formalization

D. implemention

Q32 Which of the folllowing is a component of an expert system?

A. inference engine

B. knowledge base

C. user interface

D. all of the above

Q33 The component of an ICAI (Intelligent Computer-Assisted Instruction) presenting informationto the student is the

A. student model

B. problem- solving expertise

C. tutoring module

D. all of the above

Q34 which kind of planning consists of successive representations of different levels of aplan?

A. hierarchical planning

B. non-hierarchical planning

C. all of the above

D. project planning

Q35 Elementary linguistic units which are smaller than words are

A. Allophones

B. phonemes

C. syllables

D. all of theabove

Q36 Visual clues that are helpful in computer vision include

A. colour and motion

B. depth and texture

C. height and weight

D. a and b above

Q37 IN which of the following areas may ICAI programmes prove to be useful?

A. corporations

B. educational institutions

C. Department of defence

D. all of the above

Q38 Ambiguity may be caused by:

A. syntacitc ambiguity

B. multiple word meanings

C. unclear antecedents

D. all of the above

Q39 What stage of the manufacturing process has been described as "the mapping of function outo form"?

A. design

B. distribution

C. field service

D. project management

Q40 In a rule based system procedural domain knowledge is in the form of:

A. production rules

B. rule interpreters

C. controls rules

D. meta-rules

Q41 A___________is an integral part of developing an expert system.

A. cognitive scientist

B. domian expert

C. knowledge engineer

D. band c above

Q42 Which of the following isbeing investigated as a means of automating the creatiion of a knowledge base?

A. simpler tools

B. automatic knowledge acquistioin

C. discovery of new concepts

D. all of the above

Q43 A__________ analysis relies on a dictionary of symbolic defintions

A. lexical

B. keyword

C. syntactic

D. semantic

Q44 The CAI (Computer Assisted Instruction)technique based on programmed instruction is

A. frame-based CAI

B. generative CAI

C. problem-soving CAI

D. intelligent CAI

Q45 Natural langauge processing can be divided into the twosubfields of :

A. context and expectations

B. generation and understanding

C. scmantics of pragmatics

D. regognition and synthesis

Q46 Early attempts at machine translation failed because they assumed that translation without________was possible.

A. experimentation

B. summarization

C. understanding

D. verification

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