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TIME-ICTL 2003 : 10th International Symposium on Temporal Representation and Reasoning [electronic resource] : and Fourth International Conference on Temporal Logic : proceedings : 8-10 July, 2003, Cairns, Queensland, Australia /
sponsored by Murdoch University, Griffith University, University of Western Australia ; edited by Mark Reynolds and Abdul Sattar.
imprint
Los Alamitos, Calif. : IEEE Computer Society Press, c2003.
description
xi, 223 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
ISBN
0769519121
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Book
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imprint
Los Alamitos, Calif. : IEEE Computer Society Press, c2003.
isbn
0769519121
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Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
general note
"IEEE Computer Society Order Number PR01912"--T.p. verso.
Some previous conferences entitled: International Workshop on Temporal Representation and Reasoning.
catalogue key
11035626
 
Includes bibliographical references and author index.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
Conference Organizers
Program Committee
Additional Reviewers
Web Services for Time Granularity Reasoningp. 2
Modal Logics of Knowledge and Timep. 5
Qualitative Spatial and Temporal Reasoning: Exploiting the Connections to Algebra and Topologyp. 6
Counterexample-Guided Abstraction Refinementp. 7
An Application of Monodic First-Order Temporal Logic to Reasoning about Knowledgep. 10
On-Line Transportation Scheduling Using Spatio-Temporal Reasoningp. 17
Reasoning about Extremal Properties of Eventsp. 26
Towards a Temporal Reasoning Approach Dealing with Instance-of, Part-of, and Periodicityp. 37
Temporal Queries in XML Document Archives and Web Warehousesp. 47
Intelligent Navigation Process for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) Using Time-Based Fuzzy Temporal Reasoningp. 56
Tableaux for Temporal Logics of Knowledge: Synchronous Systems of Perfect Recall or No Learningp. 62
Towards the Implementation of First-Order Temporal Resolution: The Expanding Domain Casep. 72
A Temporal-Logic Extension of Role-Based Access Control Covering Dynamic Separation of Dutiesp. 83
On the Computational Complexity of Decidable Fragments of First-Order Linear Temporal Logicsp. 91
On Incompleteness of Multi-Dimensional First-Order Temporal Logicsp. 99
A Clausal Resolution Method for Extended Computation Tree Logic ECTLp. 107
Efficient Aggregation over Moving Objectsp. 118
A Model to Perform Knowledge-Based Temporal Abstraction over Multiple Signalsp. 128
Towards Symbolic Strategy Synthesis for <>-LTLp. 137
Deciding Consistency of a Point-Duration Network with Metric Constraintsp. 147
Quantified Propositional Temporal Logic with Repeating Statesp. 155
Hybrid Logics on Linear Structures: Expressivity and Complexityp. 166
A Novel Approach to Model NOW in Temporal Databasesp. 174
Spatio-Temporal Data Mining with Expected Distribution Domain Generalization Graphsp. 181
Definability and Decidability of Binary Predicates for Time Granularityp. 192
On the Consistency Problem for the INDU Calculusp. 203
A New Efficient Algorithm for Solving the Simple Temporal Problemp. 212
Author Indexp. 223
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