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This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the eighth overseas convention on synthetic Intelligence: method, structures, functions, AIMSA'98, held in Sozopol, Bulgaria, in September 1998.
The forty revised complete papers awarded have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of ninety submissions. The papers deal with the entire spectrum of present subject matters in AI, specifically case-based reasoning, multi-agent platforms, making plans and temporal reasoning, determination methods, inductive reasoning, abduction, constraint-based reasoning, wisdom acquisition, knowledge-based structures, studying, usual language processing, temporal and causal reasoning, etc.
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For instance, in  new constraints are predicates and a set of guarded rules (called constraint simplification rules) specify how the constraint store is to be simplified. The constraint store is then kept closed under the application of the constraint simplification rules. From an automated deduction perspective this amounts to having a general purpose solver which can be customised by means of an appropriate set of constraint simplification rules. This approach to building user-defined solvers could be easily applied in automated theorem proving and is a further promising area of cross-fertilisation.
T T v=U ,uUo, t=0 t=l U~=I T We will use the notation 0 for Ot and F for Ut=o Ft. The edges between nodes can be only of two different kinds: either between a fact node at time t and an operator node at time t + 1 (precondition-action edge), or between an operator node at time t and a fact node at time t (action-effect edge). Each graph node n is associated to an a t o m an. a , will be true if and only if the step n will be executed (when n is an operator node) or if fact n will be true (when n is a fact node).
The terms are: - name(s) value(s, v) preconds(s) - effects(s) - Given a step s, the function name(s) returns operator name of which s is an instance, value(s, v) returns the value bound to the variable v of s. preconds(s) and effects(s) return respectively the set of parameters, preconditions and effects of s. PCDL is rich enough to express many useful constraints, like the following ones: Presence constraints A presence constraint requires one (or more) given action(s) to be present in the solution.