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Each such agent im- plements a function that maps percept sequences to actions, and we cover different ways to represent these functions, such as reactive agents, real-time planners, and decision-theoretic systems. We explain the role of learning as extending the reach of the designer into unknown environments, and we show how that role constrains agent design, favoring explicit knowl- edge representation and reasoning. We treat robotics and vision not as independently defined problems, but as occurring in the service of achieving, goals.
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Sample syllabi are available at the book's Web site. The only prerequisite is familiarity with basic concepts of computer science algorithms, data structures, complexity at a sophomore level. Freshman calculus and linear algebra are useful for some of the topics; the required mathematical back- ground is supplied in Appendix A. Exercises are given at the end of each chapter.