this is an ai quiz all the part to get the answer are attached to the doc

Computer Science

Montgomery College Rockville Campus

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this is just a small artificial intelligence quiz

this is just a small artificial intelligence quiz

this is just a small artificial intelligence quiz

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Multiagent Systems Research Problem Set CMSC 471 (03) Artificial Intelligence MW 5.30PM—6.45PM Q1. Fill in the blanks (0.5) • Early breakthroughs have shown these networks to look complicated, weighted, and directed - I might be strongly influenced by you, ___ ___ ___ ___. 21 April 2020 2 Q2. True or False (0.5) • Collective behavior is always orchestrated by a central agent. [T / F] 21 April 2020 3 Q3. Completeness (0.5) • Draw the graph 21 April 2020 4 Q4. Edges (0.5) • Draw the graph representing the network formed by the three robots below (dashed lines indicate communication ranges of robots) 21 April 2020 5 Q5. Graph (2) • Draw the graph where 21 April 2020 6 Q6. Fill in the blanks (2) • At time t=0, agent 1 thinks the temperature is -90 F. • At time t=0, agent 2 thinks the temperature is -100 F. • The weighing used by agent 1 in the consensus protocol update is 0.50. • The weighing used by agent 2 in the consensus protocol update is 0.60. • At time t=1, agent 1 now thinks the temperature is _____ F. • At time t=1, agent 2 now thinks the temperature is _____ F. 21 April 2020 7 Q7. Definitions (2) • What is vertex set, V? • What is the edge set, E? • Express the cartoon as a graph, G • What is the neighborhood set of Agent 4? • What is the degree of Agent 3? • Is the graph complete? • Is the graph connected? • What is the number of connected components? 21 April 2020 8 Q8. Communication Models (2) • Consider five robots using the topological model with a topological distance of 3.The robots are labeled 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Place the robots in a way that robot 3 is not in any other robot’s neighborhood set. 21 April 2020 9 Q9. Clustering (2) • Consider 5 friends across any of your social circles. What is your clustering coefficient in this graph? • Hint: Show your resulting graph and calculation. Be consistent in applying the rule(s) that governs whether or not to draw an edge. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnYPJDpgLIw 21 April 2020 10 Q10. Design an attack (3) project_2.m • Imagine a file attack.m that was called instead of just overwriting with a 1 on L.61 project_2_new.m • Describe (in words) an effective attack against the defense you came up with for the project - Overview of the attack - What would the inputs to attack.m look like? attack.m 21 April 2020 11 Q11. Design an attack (2) project_2.m • Describe (in words) how you would even measure the effectiveness of your attack? project_2_new.m attack.m 21 April 2020 12 Q12. Research (3) • Use the topological model as the communication model between agents (project_2.m currently uses the metric model) change to T instead of M • Comment on the what you observe in the final plot (sensor_estimation.eps) when using a top_dist of 2 versus a top_dist of 8 21 April 2020 13 Q13. Bonus (2) project_2.m • Code up your attack.m • Submit code and final plot project_2_new.m attack.m 21 April 2020 14 ...
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