If you run into difficulties, then the first thing you need to do is to go over the course materials again, in particular reading the relevant parts of Russell and Norvig. In other words, try to sort out the problem yourself first, but if you can't then seek help from others.
If your problem concerns material from a lecture, from required reading, or from a tutorial exercise, then ask your tutor to help you at the next tutorial.
If your problem concerns an assignment, then take your problem to the next lab, where demonstrators will be on hand to answer your questions. Labs take place from 11:00-13:00 in AT 6.06 on Fridays, starting from Week 4. If you need help before the next lab, then contact the relevant teaching assistant:
If the tutors, TAs and demonstrators can't help you, then contact the lecturers:
Short and precise email messages are the most effective way of getting a rapid response.
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