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By Shichao Zhang, Ray Jarvis

This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 18th Australian Joint convention on man made Intelligence, AI 2005, held in Sydney, Australia in December 2005.

The seventy seven revised complete papers and 119 revised brief papers provided including the abstracts of three keynote speeches have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 535 submissions. The papers are catgorized in 3 huge sections, specifically: AI foundations and applied sciences, computational intelligence, and AI in really expert domain names. specific subject matters addressed by way of the papers are common sense and reasoning, desktop studying, video game conception, robot expertise, facts mining, neural networks, fuzzy thought and algorithms, evolutionary computing, internet intelligence, selection making, development popularity, agent expertise, and AI functions.

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If M0 = (M, s0 ) |= φ, then PU3 is applied to s0 , such that M :=CTL*UPDATE(M0 ,φ); 2. 1. 2. 1. 2. 3. PU3 is applied: M :=CTL*UPDATE(Mi ,φ); } 3. if M |= AGφ, then return {M }; else M =UPDATEAG (M ,φ); } 14 Y. Ding and Y. Zhang 6 A Case Study – The Microwave Oven Example We present a case study to illustrate features of our CTL model update approach. For a microwave oven scenario [3], we assume that the processes of a microwave oven include both a normal heat process and a faulty process. For the normal process, no error occurs.

If we express the above path as π = [s0 , s1 , · · · , si , · · · , sk , · · ·] and i < k, We denote that si is earlier than sk as si < sk . Definition 3. [9] Let M = (S, R, L) be a Kripke model for CTL. Given any s in S, we define whether a CTL formula φ holds in state s. We denote this by M, s |= φ. Naturally, the definition of the satisfaction relation |= is done by structural induction on all CTL formulas: 1. 2. 3. 4. M, s |= and M, s |=⊥ for all s ∈ S. M, s |= p iff p ∈ L(s). M, s |= ¬φ iff M, s |= φ.

The conditions of each plan in the plan library are also formulae of L, and the body of each plan is a program. The language of programs consists of a set of atomic programs, including special actions achieve γ (where γ is a formula of L) and an “empty” program Λ, and conditional and iterative statements if α then π else ψ and while α do π (where α is a formula of L and π and ψ are programs). Note that the tests in these statements are tests on the agent’s beliefs, not on the state of the environment.

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