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The Probabilistic Satisfiability problem (PSAT) can be considered as a probabilistic counterpart of the classical SAT problem. In a PSAT instance, each clause in a CNF formula is assigned a probability of being true; the problem consists in checking the consistency of the assigned probabilities....
In this paper we propose a random CSP model, called Model GB, which is a natural generalization of standard Model B. This paper considers Model GB in the case where each constraint is easy to satisfy. In this case Model GB exhibits non-trivial behaviour (not trivially satisfiable or...
The implementation of efficient decision procedures for modal logics is a major research problem in automated deduction. Caching the result of intermediate consistency checks has experimentally proved to be a very important technique for attaining efficiency. Current state-of-the-art systems...
We consider the architecture of systems that combine temporal planning and plan execution and introduce a layer of temporal reasoning that potentially improves both the communication between humans and such systems, and the performance of the temporal planner itself. In particular, this...
This paper describes a new scheme of binary codification of artificial neural networks designed to generate automatically neural networks using any optimization method. Instead of using direct mapping of strings of bits in network connectivities, this particular codification abstracts binary...
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