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חיפוש בינה מלאכותית אבי רוזנפלד. סוכנים פותרי בעיות Reflex agents לא יכולים לתכנן קדימה כדי לחפש, יש צורך לייצר מודל לחפש בו !

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Presentation on theme: "חיפוש בינה מלאכותית אבי רוזנפלד. סוכנים פותרי בעיות Reflex agents לא יכולים לתכנן קדימה כדי לחפש, יש צורך לייצר מודל לחפש בו !"— Presentation transcript:

1 חיפוש בינה מלאכותית אבי רוזנפלד

2 סוכנים פותרי בעיות Reflex agents לא יכולים לתכנן קדימה כדי לחפש, יש צורך לייצר מודל לחפש בו !

3 להגדרת אלגוריתם חיפוש סוכן צריך לדחות פעולות שלא מקדמות למטרה Goal formulation - נוסחת מטרה המבוססת על מדד הביצועים הנוכחיים של הסוכן ועל המצב הנוכחי מטרה – אוסף של מצבים בעולם שצריכים להתקיים אם המטרה הושגה. מטרת הסוכן היא למצוא את רצף הפעולות שיביא אותו לאוסף הזה של מצבים קודם לכן, עליו להחליט אילו פעולות ואילו מצבים הם רלוונטיים.

4 State Space 1. initial state 2. successor function

5 Goal Test 3. goal test

6 מפת רומניה

7 Example: 8-Puzzle

8 (Partial) Search Space for 8-Puzzle Problem 1. initial state 2. successor function 3. goal test

9 Example: Route Planning in a Map Graph: nodes are cities and links are roads. Map gives world dynamics Current state is known World is fully predictable World (set of cities) is finite and enumerable. Cost: total distance or total time for path.

10 על מה לומדים היום ? BFS DFS Best-first search A * search – Heuristics Local search algorithms – Hill-climbing search – Backtracking – Simulated annealing 10

11 איך מבצעים את החיפוש?

12 Breadth-First Search Breadth-first search tree after 0,1,2 and 3 node expansions CLASSIC FIFO! (Queue!) אופטימאלי

13 Depth-First Search לא אופטימאלי ! Alternatively can use a recursive implementation.

14 Breadth-First Search A B Z O SF C P R T L M D

15 A B Z O SF C P R T L M D A

16 A B Z O SF C P R T L M D A Z A S A T A

17 Breadth-First Search A B Z O SF C P R T L M D A Z A S A T A S A T A O AZ

18 Breadth-First Search A B Z O SF C P R T L M D A Z A S A T A S A T A O AZ T A O AZ O AS F AS R AS

19 Breadth-First Search A B Z O SF C P R T L M D A Z A S A T A S A T A O AZ T A O AZ O AS F AS R AS O AZ O AS F AS R AS L AT

20 Breadth-First Search A B Z O SF C P R T L M D A Z A S A T A S A T A O AZ T A O AZ O AS F AS R AS O AZ O AS F AS R AS L AT O AS F AS R AS L AT

21 Breadth-First Search A B Z O SF C P R T L M D A Z A S A T A S A T A O AZ T A O AZ O AS F AS R AS O AZ O AS F AS R AS L AT O AS F AS R AS L AT

22 Breadth-First Search A B Z O SF C P R T L M D A Z A S A T A S A T A O AZ T A O AZ O AS F AS R AS O AZ O AS F AS R AS L AT O AS F AS R AS L AT R AS L AT B ASF Result = B ASF

23 Breadth-First Search B A Z O SF C P R T L M D

24 Evaluation of Search Strategies Completeness Time Complexity Space Complexity Optimality To evaluate, we use the following terms b = branching factor m = maximum depth d = goal depth

25 Evaluation of BFS Complete Complexity: – O(b d ) time – O(b d ) space Optimal (counting by number of arcs).

26 Depth-First Search A B Z O SF C P R T L M D

27 A B Z O SF C P R T L M D A

28 A B Z O SF C P R T L M D A Z A S A T A

29 Depth-First Search A B Z O SF C P R T L M D A Z A S A T A

30 Depth-First Search A B Z O SF C P R T L M D A Z A S A T A O AZ S A T A

31 Depth-First Search A B Z O SF C P R T L M D A Z A S A T A O AZ S A T A S AZO S A T A

32 Depth-First Search A B Z O SF C P R T L M D A Z A S A T A O AZ S A T A S AZO S A T A F AZOS R AZOS S A T A

33 Depth-First Search A B Z O SF C P R T L M D A Z A S A T A O AZ S A T A S AZO S A T A F AZOS R AZOS S A T A B AZOSF R AZOS S A T A

34 Depth-First Search A B Z O SF C P R T L M D A Z A S A T A O AZ S A T A S AZO S A T A F AZOS R AZOS S A T A B AZOSF R AZOS S A T A Result = B AZOSF

35 Depth-first Search O A B Z SF C P R T L M D

36 Evaluation of DFS Not complete Complexity: – O(b m ) time – O(mb) space Non-optimal

37 Bi-Directional Search

38 Romania with step costs in km 38

39 Greedy best-first search example 39

40 Greedy best-first search example 40

41 Greedy best-first search example 41

42 Greedy best-first search example 42

43 Romania with step costs in km 43 המחיר הכולל: 450. האם זה אופטימאלי? לא!

44 Properties of greedy best-first search  Complete? No – can get stuck in loops, e.g., Iasi  Neamt  Iasi  Neamt  Complete in finite space with checking for repeated states  Time? O(b m ), but a good heuristic can give dramatic improvement  Space? O(b m ) – keeps all nodes in memory  Optimal? No 44 b is branching factor, m is maximum depth of the search space

45  הרעיון המרכזי : קח בחשבון את המחיר הכללי ( עד עכשיו )  Evaluation function f(n) = g(n) + h(n)  g(n) = cost so far to reach n  h(n) = estimated cost from n to goal  f(n) = estimated total cost of path through n to goal A* search uses an admissable heuristic:  h(n) <= h*(n), where h*(n) is the true cost from n  Also require h(n) >= 0, so h(G) = 0 for any goal G 45 A * חיפוש

46 A * search example 46

47 A * search example 47

48 A * search example 48

49 A * search example 49

50 A * search example 50

51 A * search example 51

52 Romania with step costs in km 52

53 Heuristic functions  E.g., for the 8-puzzle  Avg. solution cost is about 22 steps (branching factor +/- 3)  Exhaustive search to depth 22: 3.1 x states  A good heuristic function can reduce the search 53

54 Heuristic functions  For the 8-puzzle, two commonly used heuristics  h 1 = the number of misplaced tiles  h 1 (s)=8  h 2 = the sum of the distances of the tiles from their goal positions (manhattan distance)  h 2 (s)= =18 54

55 Inventing admissible heuristics  Another way to find an admissible heuristic is through learning from experience:  Experience = solving lots of 8-puzzles  An inductive learning algorithm can be used to predict costs for other states that arise during search 55

56 בעיית המלכות השחמט יש ל 8 מלכות בשחמט איך אפשר לשים את כולם על הלוח כך שאחת לא יכולה לתקוף את השני יש 92 פתרונות D7%95%D7%A0%D7%94_%D7%94%D7%9E%D7%9C%D7%9B%D7%95%D7%AA D7%95%D7%A0%D7%94_%D7%94%D7%9E%D7%9C%D7%9B%D7%95%D7%AA 56 a)b)

57 חיפוש לוקאלי  אל תחפש כל מצב – רק תנסה " תיקון " מקומי  יתרונות  אין צורך בהרבה זיכרון  אפשר למצוא פתרונות במרחבי חיפוש גדולים 57

58 Hill-climbing search 58

59 Hill-climbing example 8-queens problem (complete-state formulation) Successor function: move a single queen to another square in the same column Heuristic function h(n): the number of pairs of queens that are attacking each other (directly or indirectly, i.e., “through” another queen) 59

60 Example: n-queens  Put n queens on an n × n board with no two queens on the same row, column, or diagonal  Move a queen to reduce the number of conflicts 60

61 Hill-climbing example a) shows a state of h=17 and the h-value for each possible successor b) A local minimum in the 8-queens state space (h=1) 61 a)b)

62 Drawbacks  Ridge = sequence of local maxima difficult for greedy algorithms to navigate  Plateau = an area of the state space where the evaluation function is flat  Gets stuck 86% of the time in the 8-queens problem 62

63 פתרון אחד : Backtracking  תחזור חזרה למלכה האחרונה – ותזיז אותה !  קוד שלי באתר  tm tm 63

64 Hill Climbing Variations  Random-restart hill-climbing  Tries to avoid getting stuck in local maxima  Conducts a series of hill-climbing searches from randomly generated initial states  Stops each search at a local maxima – or better yet, stops after a fixed amount of time  For the 3,000,000-queens problem, solutions found in under a minute  The success (or failure) of hill-climbing can very much depend on the shape of the state- space landscape 64

65 Simulated annealing  Escape local maxima by allowing “bad” moves  Idea: but gradually decrease their size and frequency  Origin; metallurgical annealing  Bouncing ball analogy:  Shaking hard (= high temperature)  Shaking less (= lower the temperature)  If T decreases slowly enough, best state is reached  Applied for VLSI layout, airline scheduling, etc. 65

66 Simulated annealing search  Idea (again): escape local maxima by allowing some “bad” moves but gradually decrease their size and frequency 66


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