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In this 1-hour long project-based course, you will create a Sudoku game solver using Python. This problem is an example of what is called a Constraint Satisfaction Problem (CSP) in the field of Artificial Intelligence. CSP is a mathematical problem that must satisfy a number of constraints or limitations all the time. In this project, You will use the Backtracking algorithm to solve CSPs, in a Sudoku game. Backtracking is a recursive algorithm that tries to build a solution incrementally, removing solutions that fail to satisfy the constraints. Eventually, you will be able to use the knowledge acquired from this project on far more complex projects that employ these technologies. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions....

Create your own Sudoku Solver using AI and Python: 1 - 9 / 9 レビュー

by Nilesh A


There is no AI here in this project, it's simply recursion. Misleading.

by John C


This has been the best Python guided project I have taken so far (of six). The instructor explains everything clearly, and provides additional code snippets to illustrate the algorithms and data structures they generate. The solver strategy is explained well, as is the recursion. Where I struggled to follow, there was usually a clear illustration in the following code block, and I took my time to comment each of the sections to improve my understanding.

by Sudeshna D


It is a really good coursera project. You just need a basic understanding of python syntax, lists, dictionaries and functions. The instructor is very good and explains each concept and step very clearly.

by Yaron K


Nice example of using recursion implemented in Python to solve Soduko

by Rohit P


Thank you

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by Chris H


Very Good walk-through and instruction. You have to know recursion already to understand the backtrack algorithm. You have to 'listen through' the instructor's speech mannerisms, but the project is sound.

by Bipin J


Poor content and poorly made course