AI 2010: Advances in Artificial Intelligence: 23rd by Jiuyong Li

By Jiuyong Li

This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the twenty third Australasian Joint convention on synthetic Intelligence, AI 2010, held in Adelaide, Australia, in December 2010. The fifty two revised complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 112 submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on wisdom illustration and reasoning; info mining and information discovery; laptop studying; statistical studying; evolutionary computation; particle swarm optimization; clever agent; seek and making plans; common language processing; and AI purposes.

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A history h is a function that assigns to each time point t ∈ N a member of W, h : N → W. The complete set of histories is denoted by H. Every history gives a complete picture of a dynamic world that is analogue to the possible worlds that give a complete picture of a static world. g. the example given in caption of figure 1. In addition, to represent beliefs at certain instants or intervals we define: 1. For A ⊆ W and t ∈ N : (A, t) {h ∈ H | h(t) ∈ A}. That is (A, t) is the set of histories that pass through any world w ∈ A at t.

For the purpose of simplicity in the remainder of the paper, we will use the terms I-record, R-record, and W-record to respectively refer to these activities.

That is (A, t) is the set of histories that pass through any world w ∈ A at t. For singleton sets, we write (w, t) instead of ({w}, t). 2. By a Sub-history (w0 , t), · · · (wm , t + m) , we mean (w0 , t) ∩ · · · ∩ (wm , t + m) where w0 · · · wm ∈ W. A sub-history can be open from the right hand side. 0:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 Open history h1 Close history h2 Fig. 1. The two histories h1 , h2 show the possible states of a door being Open or Closed at different hours: a represents “The door is open”, AP = {a}.

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