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We present a new algorithm for counting truth assignments of a clausal formula using inverse propositional resolution and its associated normalization rules. The idea is opposite of the classical resolution, and is achieved by constructing in a bottom-up manner a computation graph. This means...
Human–computer collaboration is extremely necessary for solving ill-structured problems and critic systems can effectively facilitate human–computer collaborative problem solving. This paper conducts a systematic study on critic systems. First, the concepts of critic systems are presented. Then,...
Temporal entities are assertions (e.g. events, states) whose truth can be associated with time. An interesting problem in temporal reasoning is the problem of representing the fact that such entities are repeated over time. The problem has attracted some interest lately in the knowledge...
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