## New PDF release: Advances in Artificial Intelligence - SBIA 2004: 17th

By Ana L. C. Bazzan, Sofiane Labidi

ISBN-10: 3540286454

ISBN-13: 9783540286455

This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the seventeenth Brazilian Symposium on synthetic Intelligence, SBIA 2004, held in Sao Luis, Maranhao, Brazil in September/October 2004.The fifty four revised complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 208 submissions from 21 international locations. The papers are equipped in topical sections on logics, making plans, and theoretical equipment; seek, reasoning, and uncertainty; wisdom illustration and ontologies; usual language processing; laptop studying, wisdom discovery and information mining; evolutionary computing, man made existence, and hybrid platforms; robotics and compiler imaginative and prescient; and self sustaining brokers and multi-agent platforms.

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9] Let K be a knowledge base and of the language. We say that two formulas and only if there is a path P such that a relation between formulas are related in K by if and Given two formulas and and a base K, we can use the length of the shortest path between them in K as the degree of unrelatedness of the formulas. If the formulas are not related in K, the degree of unrelatedness is set to infinity. Formulas with a shorter path between them in K are closer related in K. TEAM LinG 24 Joselyto Riani and Renata Wassermann Definition 3.

Therefore, for all with with we have Choose one such and define the set of literals is a literal whose atom is in We first show that for every Suppose for contradiction that for some then there is a with and but Let If does not occur in then which contradicts the minimality of So or Consider a such that if maps to 0 or 1 it is a so if for some then clearly we have that so which contradicts the minimality of It follows that We now show that Suppose for contradiction that Then, by Theorem 1, that is, there exists such that and However, such maps all atoms of to 0 or 1, so it is actually a that contradicts So If then clearly So suppose In this case, we show that Let we prove by induction that for From and Theorem 1 we know that there is a valuation such that and From we infer that there must exist a such that without loss of generality, let Suppose for contradiction that Then there exists a valuation such that but which contradicts So Now note that for otherwise the minimality of would be violated.

Not considering it as a symbol which would contribute for relevance:. Definition 9. Let be a binary relation defined as: if and only if We can now use as the relatedness relation needed to structure the relevance graph, and instantiate the general framework. In the next section, we describe how this approximate inference has been implemented and some results obtained, which show that the use of the relatedness relation does bring some gains in the inference process. TEAM LinG Using Relevance to Speed Up Inference 4 27 Implementation and Results In this section, we show how the framework for approximate inference based on syntactical relevance has been implemented and the results which were obtained.

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