## Objective Questions

*Question*

Intelligence is the characteristic of

- Living being
- All things
- None of them
- All of them

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 1 |

*Question*

Can we precisely define Artificial Intelligence?

- Yes we can
- No we can not

Answer: 2 | Chapter No. 1 |

*Question*

Which of the following things demonstrate Intelligence?

- Problem solving
- Recognize/Remember
- Think/learn/Plan/Schedule
- All of the above

Answer: 4 | Chapter No. 1 |

*Question*

Try to catch out own thoughts as they go by is ________.

- Introspection
- Psychology
- Both of given
- None of the given

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 2 |

*Question*

Intelligence is the ability to ____________.

- Think/learn/Plan/Schedule
- Recognize/Remember
- Problem solving
- All of the above

Answer: 4 | Chapter No. 2 |

*Question*

__________ AI actually tries to recreate the functions of the inside of the brain as opposed to simply emulating behavior.

- Weak
- Strong
- Weak and Strong
- None of the given

Answer: 2 | Chapter No. 2 |

*Question*

__________ AI treats the brain as a black box and just emulates its functionality.

- Weak
- Strong
- Weak and Strong
- None of the given

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 2 |

*Question*

From discipline of _____________ we have the tools and techniques to investigate the human mind and ways to represent the resulting theories.

- Computer Science
- Biology
- Mathematics
- Psychology

Answer: 4 | Chapter No. 3 |

*Question*

From discipline of _____________ we have information about the network structure of a human brain and all the theories on functionalities of different human organs.

- Mathematics
- Biology
- Computer Science
- Psychology

Answer: 2 | Chapter No. 3 |

*Question*

Which of the following disciplines provides us with the theories of structure and meaning of language?

- Linguistic
- Philosophy
- Biology
- Psychology

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 3 |

*Question*

Hit and trial is a classical approach to solve the ___________ problem easily.

- Trivial
- Medium
- All of the given
- None of the given

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 4 |

*Question*

__________ is a Classical way of problem solving.

- GA
- Generate and Test
- Reasoning
- None of the given

Answer: 2 | Chapter No. 4 |

*Question*

The traveling inside a solution space requires something called as __________.

- Problem Statement
- Operands
- Operators
- Solution Space

Answer: 3 | Chapter No. 4 |

*Question*

Some essential components of problem solving are Problem statement, ________, Solution space and Operators.

- Complex State
- Initial State
- Intermediate State
- Goal State

Answer: 4 | Chapter No. 4 |

*Question*

By getting grips on _________ that deal with searching techniques in graphs and trees, problem solving can be performed in an efficient manner.

- Pseudocode
- Algorithms
- Charts
- Graphs

Answer: 2 | Chapter No. 5 |

*Question*

In Optimal Path searches we try to find the _________ solution.

- Least
- Best
- Last but not the Least
- None of the given

Answer: 2 | Chapter No. 5 |

*Question*

Most of the solution spaces for problems can be represented in _______.

- Trees
- Demos
- Graphs
- None of the given

Answer: 3 | Chapter No. 5 |

*Question*

We use graphs to represent problems and their solution spaces.

- True
- False

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 5 |

*Question*

Every graph can be converted into a tree.

- True
- False

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 5 |

*Question*

Most of the solution spaces for problems can be represented in a ___________.

- Graph
- Table
- Demo
- None of the above

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 5 |

*Question*

Procedures that search the solution space in an uninformed manner are usually costly with respect to _________.

- Time
- Space
- Time and space both
- All of the given

Answer: 3 | Chapter No. 6 |

*Question*

In DFS, node with the largest value of height will be at Priority ________.

- Maximum
- Minimum
- Zero
- Least

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 7 |

*Question*

In Depth First Search the node with the largest value of height will be at the ___________ priority to be picked.

- Minimum
- Maximum
- Zero
- Both minimum and maximum

Answer: 2 | Chapter No. 7 |

*Question*

In Breadth First Search the node with the largest value of height will be at the _________ priority to be picked.

- Zero
- Minimum
- Maximum
- None of the given

Answer: 3 | Chapter No. 7 |

*Question*

Breadth-First Search checks all paths of a given length before moving on to any longer paths.

- True
- False

Answer: 2 | Chapter No. 7 |

*Question*

Breadth-first search is a good idea when you are confident that the branching factor is _________.

- Extremely small
- Small
- Medium
- Large

Answer: 2 | Chapter No. 7 |

*Question*

The foothill problem occurs whenever there are________ peaks.

- High
- Secondary
- Primary
- Deep

Answer: 2 | Chapter No. 8 |

*Question*

Which one of the problems is more subtle, and consequently, is more frustrating?

- Foothill problem
- Plateau
- Ridge
- Box

Answer: 3 | Chapter No. 8 |

*Question*

The paths founded by Best First search are likely to be _________ than those found with other methods.

- Longer
- Shorter
- Both of the given
- None of the given

Answer: 2 | Chapter No. 8 |

*Question*

Best First Search is a greedy approach.

- True
- False

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 8 |

*Question*

In Adversarial search there may occur such a scenario where two opponents also called ___________ are searching for a goal.

- Adversaries
- Friend
- Players
- Intruders

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 9 |

*Question*

We can get optimal solution given some parameters using Genetic Algorithm.

- True
- False

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 11 |

*Question*

Genetic algorithm uses evolutionary techniques, based on function optimization and artificial intelligence, to develop a solution.

- True
- False

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 11 |

*Question*

In Basic Genetic Algorithm the term mutation refers to a small random ________.

- Number
- Change
- Operator
- Operand

Answer: 2 | Chapter No. 11 |

*Question*

Genetic Algorithms is a search method in which multiple search paths are followed in _______.

- Series
- Parallel
- Sequential
- None of the given

Answer: 2 | Chapter No. 11 |

*Question*

A function by which we can tell which board position is nearer to our goal is called _________.

- Alternative function
- Recursive function
- Best function
- Fitness function

Answer: 4 | Chapter No. 12 |

*Question*

What is the correct order for solving a problem using GA

I. Choose the best individuals from the population for crossover

II. Choose initial population

III. Evaluate the fitness of each individual

- I,II,III
- I,III,II
- II,I,III
- II,III,I

Answer: 4 | Chapter No. 12 |

*Question*

Mutation can be as simple as just flipping a bit at random or any number of bits.

- True
- False

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 12 |

*Question*

In GA, the random process is repeated until an individual with required _________ level is found.

- Higher
- Lower
- Fitness
- Logical

Answer: 3 | Chapter No. 13 |

*Question*

A function by which we can tell which board position is nearer to our goal is called.

- Alternative function
- Recursive function
- Best function
- Fitness function

Answer: 4 | Chapter No. 13 |

*Question*

An AI system must form a meaningful and useful __________ of the internal information.

- Representation
- Execution
- Learning
- Planning

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 14 |

*Question*

An AI system has a ____________ component that allows the system to get information from its environment.

- Planning
- Perception
- Learning
- Execution

Answer: 2 | Chapter No. 14 |

*Question*

In the worst case of semantic network, we may need to traverse the entire network and then discover that the requested info ________.

- Does not exist
- Exists
- Is incorrect
- Is correct

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 15 |

*Question*

A proposition is the statement of a _________.

- Equation
- Action
- Theorem
- Fact

Answer: 4 | Chapter No. 15 |

*Question*

Semantic networks are graphs, with nodes representing _________ and arcs representing _________ between objects.

- distance, relationships
- objects, distance
- relationships, distance
- objects, relationships

Answer: 4 | Chapter No. 15 |

*Question*

A statement in conjunctive normal form (CNF) consists of _________.

- ANDs of Ors.
- ANDs
- Ors
- Ors of ANDs

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 16 |

*Question*

__________ is the process of deriving logical conclusions from given facts.

- Representation
- Execution
- Reasoning
- Planning

Answer: 3 | Chapter No. 16 |

*Question*

In the statement "IF A THEN B", A is called

- Antecedent
- Consequent

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 16 |

*Question*

__________ reasoning is based on forming, or inducing a ‘generalization’ from a limited set of observations.

- Deductive
- Abductive
- Inductive
- Analogical

Answer: 3 | Chapter No. 16 |

*Question*

An ___________ is “A computer program designed to model the problem solving ability of a human expert”.

- Expert system
- Intelligent System
- Echo System
- Energy System

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 18 |

*Question*

Another expert system named __________ was developed by Digital Equipment Corporation, as a computer configuration assistant.

- R1/XCON
- MYCIN
- Dendral
- R3/XCON

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 18 |

*Question*

An expert system may replace the expert or assist the expert.

- True
- False

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 18 |

*Question*

Conventional programming focuses on _______, while ES programming focuses on ________.

- Solution, Problem
- Problem, Solution
- Problem, Expert
- Solution, Expert

Answer: 1 | Chapter No. 20 |

*Question*

In backward chaining terminology, the hypothesis to prove is called the ________.

- Proof
- Goal
- Plan
- None of the given

Answer: 2 | Chapter No. 21 |