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Q1. Give some examples of declarative knowledge. Give some examples of procedural knowledge.

Q2. In the context of a production system, what is the difference between a state graph and a search tree?

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Q1. Give some examples of declarative knowledge. Give some examples of procedural knowledge.

Declarative knowledge refers to knowledge that one knows of by learning and experience - typically considered more academic knowledge. Procedural knowledge refers to the knowledge required to perform some tasks (physical involvement is made) - skills.

Declarative Knowledge - Some examples are logical sentences, Bayes networks, geometric maps, graphical image models, episodic memory, and case studies.

Some examples of procedural knowledge would be the skills required to accomplish specific tasks such as tying your shoes, walking or touch typing. Newton's laws are also procedural knowledge - they describe how parts of the physical universe work.

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