By Miguel A. Alonso, Jesús Vilares, Víctor M. Darriba (auth.), Michael O’Neill, Richard F. E. Sutcliffe, Conor Ryan, Malachy Eaton, Niall J. L. Griffith (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the thirteenth Irish overseas convention on synthetic Intelligence and Cognitive technological know-how, AICS 2002, held in Limerick, eire in September 2002.
The sixteen revised complete papers and 17 revised brief papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen for inclusion within the booklet. one of the themes addressed are cognitive modeling, case-based reasoning, constraint processing, facts mining, evolutionary computation, clever brokers, info retrieval, wisdom illustration, reasoning, computer studying, usual language processing, neural networks, belief, AI making plans, robotics, and scheduling.
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169]. However, this does give us the important idea of an agent as some kind of locus of complexity in space-time. 1 A-Agents We focus upon a certain type of agent, which we call an A-agent, with the following definition. Definition: With respect to a particular rule set, R, associated with a STaM, an A-agent is a fixed non-empty set of S-locations, each S-location extended over the same non-empty time interval, the A-agent’s temporal extension. Two disjoint non-empty subsets of the agent’s Slocations are designated input and output S-locations.