By Ana L. C. Bazzan, Sofiane Labidi
This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the seventeenth Brazilian Symposium on synthetic Intelligence, SBIA 2004, held in Sao Luis, Maranhao, Brazil in September/October 2004.The fifty four revised complete papers awarded have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 208 submissions from 21 international locations. The papers are prepared in topical sections on logics, making plans, and theoretical tools; seek, reasoning, and uncertainty; wisdom illustration and ontologies; traditional language processing; computer studying, wisdom discovery and knowledge mining; evolutionary computing, man made lifestyles, and hybrid platforms; robotics and compiler imaginative and prescient; and independent brokers and multi-agent structures.
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In this work we introduce another criterion for FD complexity. We present the notion of atomicminimality and we show how the Substitution rule may be used to develop a rewriting system which receives a set of FDs and produces an atomic-minimal FD set. As a general conclusion, we show that Rewriting Logic and Maude are very appropriate to tackle this problem. The work is organized as follows: In Section 2 we show the implication problem for FDs and the classical FD logics. Besides, we provide a Maude 2 implementation of Paredaens FD logic.
7] remark, the problem is not always the number of FDs in the set but it is sometimes the number of attributes of the FD set. This second approach of the size of a FD set conduces to the Optimality problem. Firstly, we define formally the concept of size of an FD set. Definition 3. Let be finite. We define the size of as Secondly, we outline problems mentioned before as follows. Minimality: the search for a set equivalent to with lower cardinality is non-equivalent to Optimality: the search for a set equivalent to with lower size is non-equivalent to such that any set of FDs such that any set of FDs As they demonstrate, optimality implies minimality and, while minimality can be checked in polinomial time using indirect algorithms, optimality is NPhard.
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Advances in Artificial Intelligence - SBIA 2004: 17th Brazilian Symposium on Artificial Intelligence by Ana L. C. Bazzan, Sofiane Labidi