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By Richard Rosemberg (auth.), Prof. Dr. Hector J. Levesque, Prof. Dr. Fiora Pirri (eds.)

This selection of papers is the end result of the paintings of a group of researchers in AI who, over the last two decades, have constructed the logical formalisms and techniques for characterizing clever behaviors of brokers, knowledge-based structures and procedures when it comes to reasoning in regards to the setting, activities, and actions which are able to altering the present kingdom. The ebook offers with common-sense reasoning, specifically with Reiter's Default common sense formalism, the idea of activities and reasoning approximately activities, together with formalisms for high-level robotic regulate, and diverse methods to wisdom illustration, all in accordance with symbolic logic.

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