Once you have Jupyter and the AISpace2 extension installed, you can download some of the notebooks below to learn and visualize many AI concepts. These notebooks provide an easy way to explore concepts and learn at your own pace.
Includes depth-first search, A* search (with multiple path pruning), and branch & bound
Pose a CSP as a search problem and use the search strategies you’ve already learnt
Simplify constraint networks to potentially find a solution faster
Solve large or even infinite CSPs by moving towards solutions and incorporating randomness
.txtfile extension to your notebooks when you do this — if that’s the case, you’ll have to rename the file and remove it yourself. You can do this either by using your file manager, or after uploading the notebook to Jupyter in the next step.
Open Jupyter Notebook (generally by running
jupyter notebook in a terminal if you aren’t
If you are not using JupyterHub and are familiar with the terminal, you can alternatively avoid this step by changing your current directory in the terminal to the directory where you downloaded the notebook and launch Jupyter there. You should then see your notebook in the dashboard without uploading it again.
If this is your first time using Jupyter, we recommend taking a look at the following links first to quickly get up to speed:
Also, feel free to check out the reference if you need some help with all the options.