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By Ana L. C. Bazzan, Sofiane Labidi

This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the seventeenth Brazilian Symposium on man made Intelligence, SBIA 2004, held in Sao Luis, Maranhao, Brazil in September/October 2004.
The fifty four revised complete papers awarded 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 tools; seek, reasoning, and uncertainty; wisdom illustration and ontologies; typical language processing; computer studying, wisdom discovery, and information mining; evolutionary computing, synthetic existence, and hybrid structures; robotics and compiler imaginative and prescient; and self sustaining brokers and multi-agent structures.

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It is not redundant. As P. Atzeni and V. de Antonellis cite [7], the soundness and completeness of the inference rules for FDs guaranteed the decidability of the implication problem: given a set of FDs, we can exhaustively apply the inference rules to generate the closure of This new set of FDs is used to test whether a given FD is implied by Obviously, the method is not used in practice, because the size of this set of FDs is exponential with respect to the cardinality of This situation is due to both the axiom and the transitivity that are shown below.

A Methodology for Iterated Information Change. PhD thesis, Imperial College, University of London (1997) 13. : Relatedness logic. Reports on Mathematical Logic 20 (1986) 7–14 14. : Otter: The cade-13 competition incarnations. Journal of Automated Reasoning (1997) 15. : Towards an efficient inference procedure through syntax based relevance. br/~joselyto/mestrado. 16. : otterlib - a C library for theorem proving. br/~fr/otterlib/. I. es Abstract. The use of rewriting systems to transform a given expression into a simpler one has promoted the use of rewriting logic in several areas and, particularly, in Software Engineering.

Mammals have canine teeth or molar teeth. From these two pieces of knowledge alone, he cannot answer the question. Since all he knows (explicitly) about cows is that they eat grass, he recalls Fig. 3. Student’s knowledge base what he knows about animals that eat grass: Animals that eat grass do not have canine teeth. Animals that eat grass are mammals. From these, Paul can now derive that cows are mammals, that mammals have canine teeth or molar teeth, but that cows do not have canine teeth, hence cows have molar teeth.

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