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Papers awarded on the workshop are consultant of the state-of-the artwork of synthetic intelligence in real-time keep an eye on. the problems coated integrated using AI tools within the layout, implementation, checking out, upkeep and operation of real-time keep an eye on platforms. whereas the focal point was once at the primary facets of the methodologies and applied sciences, there have been a few functions papers which helped to place rising theories into point of view. The 4 major topics have been architectural concerns; wisdom - acquisition and studying; ideas; and scheduling, tracking and administration.

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Tions which affect the abilities of the system. ) Issue in the A I literature. Representation A world model is a simplified, abstract representation of a subset of the features of the real w o r l d . A block d i a g r a m of the proposed architecture is shown in M o s t planning systems developed to date are based on a dis­ Fig. 2. ( T h e environment is not explicitly indicated as in crete knowledge representation (Gevarter,1984; Sacerdoti, Fig. ) T h e mission description is provided b y a h u m a n 1977; Sussman,1975).

While the micro-primitives can be viewed as the quantitative handling of time, the macro-primi­ tives emphasise the qualitative aspects. Arlabosse (1985) gives a synopsis of some of the current temporal logic models proposed. These models range from formal models to qualitative models. Formal models such as the one proposed by Dean and McDermott (1987) appear to be exhaustive but difficult to implement fully and practically. Qualitative models like the one proposed by Allen (1981, 1983) are both expressive and computable.

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