CS607 Assignment No 01 Solution Fall 2016

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CS607 Assignment No 01 Fall 2016

Here is the complete solution and discussion of CS607 Artificial Intelligence Assignment No. 1 Solution Fall 2016 Due Date: Nov 18, 2016.

CS607 Assignment No. 01

Semester: Fall 2016
Total Marks: 20
Artificial Intelligence-CS607
Due Date: 18/Nov/2016

CS607 Assignment Instructions:

Please read the following instructions carefully before submitting assignment:
  • You will submit your assignment before or on due date on VU-LMS.
  • Assignment should be completed by your own efforts it should not be copied from internet, handouts or books.
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  • If the submitted assignment does not open or file is corrupt, it will not be marked.
  • You will submit solution only in document (.doc or .docx) File. 
Also read: Make Your Date Sheet Now - Mid Term Examinations Fall 2016

CS607 Assignment Objectives:

  • To build the proper understanding of DFS and BFS.
For any query about the assignment, contact at cs607@vu.edu.pk

CS607 Assignment Question no 1

Question: Marks 20
Consider the following graph:
CS607 Assignment No 01 Solution Fall 2016

Apply DFS and BFS on the above graph and construct the table with Que and Visited nodes on each

iteration. Set the node “7” as goal.


Note: There is no need to draw the graphs for each iteration. Only the table values will be considered. 

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CS607 Assignment No 01 Solution Fall 2016


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