M Tech(Artificial Intelligence)University of Hyderabad
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Frequent Asked Questions
Admission to M.Tech. in Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence and Information Technology courses is based on a written test followed by an interview.
The Department offers four different programmes of study leading to:
-M.Tech. (Computer Science)
-M.Tech. (Artificial Intelligence)
-M.Tech. (Information Technology) with specialization in Banking Technology & Information Security in collaboration with IDRBT.
M Tech(Artificial Intelligence)
Complex problem solving in the real-world is often different from academic approaches in that it involves expert judgment, inexact and thumb-rule solutions, search for trade-offs between different factors, etc. These types of approaches were found difficult to model mathematically and to develop analytical solutions. Artificial intelligence, originally aimed at making computers behave like humans, began to evolve by late 1970s and early 1980s towards systematizing the study of human approaches to solving complex problems. Expert systems, advanced search and optimization techniques, heuristics and heuristic algorithms, fuzzy logic, etc. arose from such a marriage between computer science and practical problem solving.
M. Tech course in Artificial Intelligence at University of Hyderabad is the only one of its kind in the country. It was originally designed to expose students with an undergraduate degree in Computer Science to a systematic study of advanced problem solving techniques and to the latest research problems at the interface between humans and computers. Over the years, admission has been extended to students from non-CS disciplines too, but the basic goals, philosophy and course structure remain the same
MTech programme will have a minimum of 52 credits of which 40 credits are obtained from a minimum of 10 courses and the remaining 12 credits from the final semester project. Of the 10 courses,5 shall be core courses and the remaining 5 shall be advanced courses (700 level).
Problem Solving Methods (PSM)
Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KRR)
Research Methods In CS Lab (RM LAB)
Communication Skills Lab
Human Computer Interaction
AI Programming Tools (Lab)
Semester III and IV