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By Stefano Ferilli, Nicola Di Mauro, Teresa M. A. Basile, Floriana Esposito (auth.), Amedeo Cappelli, Franco Turini (eds.)

ISBN-10: 354020119X

ISBN-13: 9783540201199

This ebook constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the eighth Congress of the Italian organization for man made Intelligence, AI*IA 2003, held in Pisa, Italy in September 2003.

The forty four revised complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from ninety one submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on wisdom illustration and reasoning, gentle computing, computer studying, info mining, clever brokers, making plans, robotics, traditional language processing, and purposes in a number of fields.

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For each problem the CPU time and the number of backtrackings that it required have been measured. g. 2) is performed randomly. To reduce the bias due to “lucky” or “unlucky” random choices, every experiment was performed ten times and the average values of measured parameters were considered. t. both the algorithm without decomposition and the algorithm with static decomposition. Figure 5 shows the frequency histograms of the CPU times. On the X axis is reported the time interval taken in consideration and on Y axis is reported the number of problems solved within the given interval.

An alternative way to formalize it is to use not(a), where not is the negation by failure as used in logic programming. Second, introduction of a particular perspective, such as the perspective of an external observer, of agent A or of the normative agent. For example, if everything is considered from the perspective of agent A, then we may write: Definition 2 (Subjective Obligations). Consider a modal logic as before, with additionally a normal modal operator BA for ‘agent A believes . . ’. Agent A believes to be obliged to see to it that p iff: (1) BOAN (p) =def BA (DN (p))∧ (2) BA (¬p) → BA (DN (VN A (¬p)))∧ BA (VN A (¬p)) → BA (DN (SN A (¬p))) (3) Clearly, for obligations based on not operator and for subjective obligations, Proposition 1 still holds.

Second, introduction of a particular perspective, such as the perspective of an external observer, of agent A or of the normative agent. For example, if everything is considered from the perspective of agent A, then we may write: Definition 2 (Subjective Obligations). Consider a modal logic as before, with additionally a normal modal operator BA for ‘agent A believes . . ’. Agent A believes to be obliged to see to it that p iff: (1) BOAN (p) =def BA (DN (p))∧ (2) BA (¬p) → BA (DN (VN A (¬p)))∧ BA (VN A (¬p)) → BA (DN (SN A (¬p))) (3) Clearly, for obligations based on not operator and for subjective obligations, Proposition 1 still holds.

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