By Galia Angelova, Ognyan Kalaydjiev (auth.), Fausto Giunchiglia (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the eighth foreign convention on synthetic Intelligence: method, structures, purposes, AIMSA'98, held in Sozopol, Bulgaria, in September 1998.
The forty revised complete papers awarded have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of ninety submissions. The papers handle the total spectrum of present subject matters in AI, particularly case-based reasoning, multi-agent structures, making plans and temporal reasoning, determination approaches, inductive reasoning, abduction, constraint-based reasoning, wisdom acquisition, knowledge-based platforms, studying, ordinary language processing, temporal and causal reasoning, etc.
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3) Before executing a complex action act whose plan has not previously been explored by the agent (with "Explore-actions"), a must ensure that he has a recipe for it; so, he acquires the subgoal: "Satisfy(a,a, Know-recipe(a, a, act,recipe))". 4) If act is elementary, it is directly executed ("Exec(a, act)"), since the agent has already made sure that its applicability conditions hold; otherwise, "Tryexecute" is called recursively on the action steps, by means of the "Performrecipe" action. The execution of the body of an object-level action stops if some of its steps cannot be executed in any way.
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There are several proposals to extend CLP languages to allow the user to define new constraints. For instance, in  new constraints are predicates and a set of guarded rules (called constraint simplification rules) specify how the constraint store is to be simplified. The constraint store is then kept closed under the application of the constraint simplification rules. From an automated deduction perspective this amounts to having a general purpose solver which can be customised by means of an appropriate set of constraint simplification rules.