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Organisation Dynamics and Self Organisation



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Organisation Dynamics and Self Organisation


In this multi-disciplinary programme, elements from biology, social sciences, economics and computer science are integrated. By continuously generating new and diverse variants, organisms of increasingly large complexity are realised during biological evolution. Methods have been developed in AI (evolutionary methods, genetic algorithms), with which these evolution processes can be simulated. In nature, evolution leads to organisms that have such adapted to their environments that they can survive; in AI, evolution leads to acceptable solutions for problems. These methods turn out to be well applicable for the dicovery of structure in large quantities of data (datamining).

In biological populations, the interaction between organisms can also be further analysed, determining largely how successfully an organism can function; this is the subject of ecology and population dynamics.

Concerning social sciences, models have been developed with which dynamic organisation can be described and simulated. Such methods are used in organisation theory to analyse large organisation and analyse and support processes of change within such organisations.

In economics, simulation models are being developed in the area of merket mechanisms, in shich the behaviour of individuals leads to patterns in the economics as a whole.



      1. First year


Students must also follow optional courses for a total of 30 cp.

Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

400111

Evolutionary Computing

6

1

400113

Behaviour Dynamics

6

1 and 2

400188

Organisational Dynamics

6

3

400108

Data Mining Techniques

6

4 and 5

470063

Evolutiebiologie

6

05.02.2007 -02.03.2007



      1. Second year


Students must also follow optional courses for a total of 16 cp.

Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

400125

Knowledge Management and Modeling

6

1 and 2

400152

Intelligent Interactive Distributed Systems

8

2 and 3

400285

Master Project Artificial Intelligence

30

4, 5 and 6

      1. Recommended optional courses


Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

60422070

Advanced Methods for Applied Economic Research

6

1

400434

Advanced Selforganisation

6

3

400290

Qualitative Research Methods for the Information Sciences

3

3

150005

Inleiding wijsgerige antropologie

6

5

470503

Dynamic Energy Budgets

6

08.02.2007 - 19.04.2007

703005

Organisatiewetenschap 2006/2007

10

2e semester

470053

Evolutionaire genetica

6

4.06.2007-29.06.2007

400428

Mini Master Project AI

6

Throughout the year



    1. Technical Artificial Intelligence


This programme is for students having a Bachelor in Computer Science.
The objective of the programme is to endow the student with the developments on the area of artificial intelligence and computer science, and to prepare for a profession as researcher or expert in a company. The curriculum must give a good preparation on PhD research. It is expected from the graduate to be critical in a scientific manner, te be aware of societal aspects of information technology and of the creation of intelligent systems.

The graduate student of this Master programme is capable of applying techniques from Computer Science to problems of an Artificial Intelligence nature, e.g., designing knowledge-based systems or multi-agent systems. This technically adapt graduate, furthermore, has learned proven AI techniques in the areas of mahine learning, neural networks, knowledge representation, and evolutionary computing. Graduate students are well equiped for work in companies that create intelligent applications.


      1. First year


Students must also follow optional courses for a total of 8 cp.

Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

400111

Evolutionary Computing

6

1

400132

Neural Networks

6

1

400054

Design of Multi-Agent Systems

6

1 and 2

400154

Machine Learning

6

1 and 2

400059

Design of Multi-Agent Systems Practical

7

3 and 4

400083

Web-gebaseerde kennisrepresentatie

6

4 en 5

400123

Facets of AI

8

5 and 6

400381

Project Knowledge Systems

6

5 and 6



      1. Second year


Students must also follow optional courses for a total of 11 cp.

Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

811012

Inleiding in de Psychologie voor AI

4

1

400152

Intelligent Interactive Distributed Systems

8

2 and 3

400153

Intelligent Web Applications

8

4 and 5

400285

Master Project Artificial Intelligence

30

4, 5 and 6



      1. Recommend optional courses


The course Dutch for foreigners is also an option.


Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

400125

Knowledge Management and Modeling

6

1 and 2

400435

Information Retrieval

6

2

400188

Organisational Dynamics

6

3

400012

C/C++

2

4

811003

Functieleer (Experimental Psychology)

6

4

400108

Data Mining Techniques

6

4 and 5

400389

Automated Reasoning in AI

6

5 and 6

400428

Mini Master Project AI

6

Throughout the year



    1. Interdisciplinary Applications


This variant allows students to integrate Artificial Intelligence intensively with another discipline, like Law or Linguistics. Graduates will work in a company, for a research institute or a governmental institute in close cooperation with others of the chosen discipline. This variant is intended for those students that like to specialise in one of the mentioned disciplines.
      1. AI and Law


In the research area AI and Law two main streams can be recognised. The first is practical or applied AI and Law, aiming to develop proper legal applications. Examples are legal databases, automated role management and legal advisory systems. The second is theoretical AI and Law or computational theory of law. This second stream is interested in foundations of and insights into Law and legal reasoning, as well as in testing AI-techniques within the legal domain. Recent research thems are validation of legal kowledge-based systems, dialogue models of legal reasoning, distributed applications.

In legal practice gradually more computer applications are being realised. The judicaiary and police automate their administraion. Lawyer's offices develop know-how-systems to manage the vailable knowledge and improve their market position. The government develops systems to aid civil servants in the drafting of legislation and the execution. These systems vary from administrative systems and databases to knowledge-based systems.



Programme for students having a Bachelor in AI


Students must also follow optional courses for a total of 30 cp. Besides these, students must also choose two courses from the compulsory optional courses.


Compulsory courses


Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

201544

Internet: juridische toepassingen

9

06 / 15

400111

Evolutionary Computing

6

1

400113

Behaviour Dynamics

6

1 and 2

400110

E-Business Innovation

7

1 and 2

200379

IT, internet en recht (B3/M)

6

16 / 26

200101

Inleiding (B1)

5,8

35 / 39

201862

IT Analyse jurisprudentie internetrecht

6

36 / 26

400285

Master Project Artificial Intelligence

30

4, 5 and 6

200201

Rechtzoeken (B2/BN2)

2,9

Rechtzoeken wordt tweemaal per jaar gegeven: direct na de zomervakantie en direct na de kerstvakantie. Let goed op de collegeroosters voor de precieze datum van het hoorcollege.



Compulsory optional courses


Select two courses from te following

Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

200195

Beginselen privaatrecht II (B1)

6

02 / 13

200198

Beginselen bestuursrecht (B1)

6

14 / 26

200194

Beginselen staatsrecht (B1)

6

40 / 51

200193

Beginselen privaatrecht I (B1)

6

41 / 51

200192

Beginselen strafrecht (B1)

6

41 / 52



Recommended optional courses


Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

200107

Encyclopedie der rechtswetenschap I (B1)

8,6

06 / 18

60111030

Management en organisatie 1.1

3

1

400115

Logical Verification

6

1 and 2

400110

E-Business Innovation

7

1 and 2

150007

Inleiding wijsgerige ethiek

6

2

200206

Encyclopedie der rechtswetenschap II (B2/BN2)

8,6

39 / 51

400410

Voortgezette logica

4

4

400117

Protocol Validation

6

5 and 6

400428

Mini Master Project AI

6

Throughout the year



Programme for students having a Bachelor in Law


Students must also follow optional courses for a total of 23 cp.


Compulsory courses


Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

201544

Internet: juridische toepassingen

9

06 / 15

400111

Evolutionary Computing

6

1

400113

Behaviour Dynamics

6

1 and 2

400110

E-Business Innovation

7

1 and 2

400054

Design of Multi-Agent Systems

6

1 and 2

400043

Logische taal en redeneermethoden

5

1 en 2

200379

IT, internet en recht (B3/M)

6

16 / 26

400432

Human-Computer Interaction

6

2 and 3

201862

IT Analyse jurisprudentie internetrecht

6

36 / 26

400126

Kennissystemen

4

4

400285

Master Project Artificial Intelligence

30

4, 5 and 6

400381

Project Knowledge Systems

6

5 and 6



Recommended optional courses


Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

200107

Encyclopedie der rechtswetenschap I (B1)

8,6

06 / 18

60111030

Management en organisatie 1.1

3

1

400115

Logical Verification

6

1 and 2

150007

Inleiding wijsgerige ethiek

6

2

200206

Encyclopedie der rechtswetenschap II (B2/BN2)

8,6

39 / 51

400410

Voortgezette logica

4

4

400117

Protocol Validation

6

5 and 6

400428

Mini Master Project AI

6

Throughout the year



      1. AI and Linguistics


An important aspect of intelligent behaviour is the ability to use language to communicate. Natural languages are highly symbolic, thightly structured communication systems. Linguistic research focuses on the methods and techniques needed to analyse the structure of natural languages and to use natural language in computer systems. Such linguistic knowledge can be applied to the creation of user interfaces to knowledge-based systems, automated support in the writing of technical manuals, and automated information retrieval from huge text sources. There is a growing demand for supporting linguistic technology in the development of intelligent spelling checkers, thesauri,a nd knowledge representaion of terms and concepts in domains of application. Artificial Intelligence techniques are, in turn, put to good use in linguistics. for example in the development of an extended electronic corpus of spoken and written Dutch, or in the maintenance of a knowledge-base of Dutch an Belgian governmental terminology. Retrieving information from such large databases requires a good conceptual model, and a suitable format for the lexicon.
Teaching of courses in the Faculty of Arts cannot be guaranteed to be in English.

Compulsory courses


Students must also follow optional courses for a total of 48 cp.

Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

539151

Inleiding syntaxis, 1

5

1

400111

Evolutionary Computing

6

1

539618

Describing Morphosyntax, MA

10

1 and 2

400113

Behaviour Dynamics

6

1 and 2

539619

Werkcollege terminologie, Ma

5

2

539176

Semantiek, 3

5

2

513703

Semiotiek van woord en beeld, 1

5

4

400285

Master Project Artificial Intelligence

30

4, 5 and 6



Recommended optional courses (48 cp)


Course code

Course name

Cr.

Period

500013

Taalgebruikstheorie, 1

5

4

539615

Anthropological Linguistics: an overview, MA

5

5

539152

Psycholinguïstiek, 2

5

5





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