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By Michael Y. K. Cheng, Robin Cohen (auth.), Luc Lamontagne, Mario Marchand (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the nineteenth convention of the Canadian Society for Computational reports of Intelligence, Canadian AI 2006, held in Qu?bec urban, Qu?bec, Canada in June 2006.

The ebook offers forty seven revised complete papers, rigorously reviewed and chosen from 220 submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on brokers, bioinformatics, constraint pride and dispensed seek, wisdom illustration and reasoning, typical language, reinforcement studying and, supervised and unsupervised studying. contains CD-ROM.

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On-the-fly web mapping application Display terminal characteristics Transfer rate and time Technical constraints Spatial data modeling, availability and retrieval Automatic cartographic generalization Handling objects legibility and overlap Spatial data constraints Spatial data processing constraints Generated map Fig. 1. Constraints of on-the-fly web and mobile map generation Due to the large number of constraints and the time-consuming character of spatial processing, it is important to prioritize the issues to be tackled.

Let O be the set of observations such that O = {o | ∃a ∈ A → a(o)}. The assertion a(o) means that observation o corresponds to an a-type action. The definition of a possible plan α that would explain the observation o is expressed as follows: Definition 1. A plan α is a possible plan for an action a(o) if and only if a ∈ α. The action a(o) is a component of the sequence α. Consequently, the set of all possible plans for the observations O can be defined by Pso = {α ∈ P | ∃(a, o) ∈ α×O → a(o)}. Starting with this set of plans, we can deduce that the agent will at least perform one of them.

It should bring effective solutions to concrete problems such as plan recognition in a smart home. For further work, we plan to extend our logical model by attributing a probability to each plausible plan according to contextual information, such as the time of the day, and according to the inhabitant’s specific profile, such as the learned patient’s habits. Such hybrid approach will address the equiprobability problem of the possible plans characteristics to logical recognition models and thus, it will offer a means to favour one explanation over another in the lattice recognition space.

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