Advances in Artificial Intelligence -- IBERAMIA 2014: 14th by Ana L.C. Bazzan, Karim Pichara

Machine Theory

By Ana L.C. Bazzan, Karim Pichara

This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the 14th Ibero-American convention on man made Intelligence, IBERAMIA 2014, held in Santiago de Chile, Chile, in November 2014. The sixty four papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 136 submissions. The papers are geared up within the following topical sections: wisdom engineering, wisdom illustration and probabilistic reasoning making plans and scheduling average language processing computing device studying fuzzy structures wisdom discovery and knowledge mining bio-inspired computing robotics imaginative and prescient multi-agent platforms agent-based modeling and simulation AI in schooling, affective computing, and human-computer interplay functions of AI and ambient intelligence.

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More interesting is statement (ii) showing that, using k-def , argumentation-based entailment on defeasible Datalog± is a sound approximation of the k-defeater semantics for every k (up to the point where k-defeater coincides with AR). Furthermore, since Proposition 2 ensures the NCE property independently of the preference criterion, we have obtained a family of semantics that soundly approximate the k-defeater semantics and ensure that no conflicting atoms can be entailed from a defeasible ontology.

Has to match n0 , but there has to be a non-empty suffix of n0 that is pushed into the multi-stack (lines 32-49). 2 An Earley Recognition Algorithm for SAT The following algorithm is specifically designed for the grammar GSAT n and it will not be correct for MGILs in general. We modify CFLs Earley [7] items which have the following shape: [A → α • β, i, j] adding a parameter Δ that corresponds to an ordered list pointers to accessible nodes in the graph-structured stack. Also the operator μ, corresponding to MGILs productions is added to the item.

Another similar example is the use of int which defines integers in a context-free grammar for arithmetic expressions. g. [12]). Each sequence of numbers and letters (a clause) is a token (in a parsing sense) or a terminal in a grammar sense. The same use is made for those terminals pushed into the additional stack. Therefore production A1 → 1bωA1 is equivalent to ω a set including productions like A1 → 1b2aA1 , A1 → 1b2b3aA1 . Such productions 2a 2b3a require that words generated have a non empty suffix to be pushed in the auxiliary multiple stack.

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