Key Differences Between Informed and Uninformed Search
- The former informed search technique uses knowledge in order to find a solution.
- The latter uninformed search technique does not use knowledge.
- In simpler terms, the uninformed search doesn’t know any further information about the solution.
- In terms of efficiency informed search is better than the uninformed search.
- Uninformed search consumes more time and cost as it has no clue about the solution as compared to an informed search.
- Depth-first search, breadth-first search, and lowest cost first search are the algorithms come under the category of the uninformed search. T
- The informed search covers the algorithms such as heuristic depth-first, heuristic breadth-first search, and A* search.