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AIMA Code Implementation ! I need help !

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As a homework, I need to make a program to solve the N-Queen problem based on the Depth first search method. My instructor told me that I need to download the Aima-code in order to do it. After I downloaded the zip file, there were Aima-Core, Aima-GUI and Release folders inside. I am using Eclipse IDE and now I don't know how I can import these materials so that I can use them to do my homework. If anyone knows about this, please guide me ! Thank you very much !

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Hi halleylight, this isn't really an AI question, more a "how do I use the software" question. This is the sort of thing you should be asking your instructor.

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I am sorry, I was wondering where I should post this question. I am truly sorry if this violates the rules or something. However, back to the topic, my instructor is quite lazy so he didn't guide us anything. That's why I think there will be someone who can help me with this problem. I am sorry again for causing such trouble !

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After I downloaded the zip file, there were Aima-Core, Aima-GUI and Release folders inside. I am using Eclipse IDE and now I don't know how I can import these materials so that I can use them to do my homework.
If you downloaded the most recent version, then each of those aima-core, aima-gui and aimx-osm directories is in fact an eclipse project in and of itself - just open them from within eclipse.

By the directory names it looks like you are using an older version - grab the most recent version from the googlecode subversion server.

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