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First Publication of Articles during 2000

00-001
M.F. van Bommel and T.J. Beck.
Incremental Encoding of Multiple Inheritance Hierarchies Supporting Lattice Operations.

00-002
Guy Mineau, Akshay Bissoon, and Robert Godin.
Simple Pre- and Post-Pruning Techniques for Large Conceptual Clustering Structures.

00-003
Uta Priss.
Faceted Knowledge Representation.
00-004
Christian Zirkelbach.
Using the Real Dimension of the Data.
00-005
Peter Eklund and Richard Cole.
A Knowledge Representation for Information Filtering Using Formal Concept Analysis.
00-006
Vadim Engelson.
ObjectMath Inheritance and Composition Diagram Editor.

00-007
Vadim Engelson.
Tools for Design, Interactive Simulation and Visualization for Dynamic Analysis of Mechanical Models.

00-008
Vadim Engelson.
Simulation and Visualization of Autonomous Helicopter and Service Robots.

00-009
Vadim Engelson.
3D Graphics and Modelica - an integrated approach.

00-010
Vadim Engelson.
Integration of Collision Detection with the Multibody System Library in Modelica.

00-011
Vadim Engelson, Peter Fritzson, and Dag Fritzson.
Lossless Compression of High-volume Numerical Data from Simulations.

00-012
John Bell.
Primary and Secondary Events.

00-013
Wolfram Conen and Reinhold Klapsing.
A Logical Interpretation of RDF.

00-014
Andreas Henschel and Michael Thielscher.
The LMW Traffic World in the Fluent Calculus.

00-015
Abdel-Illah Mouaddib.
Multi-Criteria Decision Quality Optimization as a Scheduling Problem.

00-016
Tara Estlin, Gregg Rabideau, Darren Mutz, and Steve Chien.
Using Continuous Planning Techniques to Coordinate Multiple Rovers.

00-017
Richard Washington, Keith Golden, and John Bresina.
Plan Execution, Monitoring, and Adaptation for Planetary Rovers.

00-018
Massimo Paolucci, Onn Shehory, and Katia Sycara.
Interleaving Planning and Execution in a Multiagent Team Planning Environment.

00-019
Leila Amgoud and Claudette Cayrol.
A reasoning model based on the production of acceptable arguments.

00-020
R. R. Yager.
Nonmonotonicity and Compatibility Relations in Belief Structures.
00-021

Wei Liu and Mary-Anne Williams.
A Framework for Multi-Agent Belief Revision, Part II: A Layered Model and Shared Knowledge Structure.

00-022
Angelo Gilio.
Precise Propagation of Upper and Lower Probability Bounds in System P.
00-023

J. Kohlas, R. Haenni, and D. Berzati.
Probabilistic Argumentation Systems and Abduction.

00-024
Thomas Lukasiewicz.
Probabilistic Default Reasoning with Conditional Constraints.

00-025
Y. Khayata and D. Pacholczyk.
A Statistical Probability Theory for a Symbolic Management of Quantified Assertions.
00-026
Rui Da Silva Neves, Jean-François Bonnefon, and Eric Raufaste.
Rationality in human nonmonotonic inference.
00-027
S. Benferhat, D. Dubois, S. Kaci, and H. Prade.
Encoding classical fusion in ordered knowledge bases framework.

00-028
Adnan Darwiche.
On the Role of Partial Differentiation in Probabilistic Inference.

00-029
L. Godo and R. Rodriguez.
A short note on nonmonotonic inferences induced by graded similarity.

00-030
Donald Michie.
It Takes Two (At Least) to Tango.

00-031
Ross Donald King, Andreas Karwath, Amanda Clare, and Luc Dehaspe.
Logic and the Automatic Acquisition of Scientific Knowledge. [Figure 3 and Figure 4]
00-032

John Lloyd.
Predicate Construction in Higher-order Logic.

00-033

Ryohei Orihara, Tomoko Murakami, Takehiko Yokota, and Naomichi Sueda.
Improvement of Perception through Task Executions.

00-034
Luc de Raedt and Kristian Kersting.
Bayesian Logic Programs.

00-035
Makoto Haraguchi, Yoshiaki Okubo, and Tokuyasu Kakuta.
Conceptual Classification Based on Abstractions.

00-036
Ken Ueno, Koichi Furukawa, and Michael Bain.
Motor Skill as Dynamic Constraint Satisfaction.

00-037
Simon White and Derek Sleeman.
A Constraint-Based Approach to the Description and Detection of Fitness-for-Purpose.

00-038
Simon Colton.
Automated Theory Formation Applied to Four Learning Tasks.

00-039
Marcel Turcotte, Stephen H. Muggleton, and Michael J. E. Sternberg.
Use of Inductive Logic Programming to Learn Principles of Protein Structure.

00-040
Dorian Suc and Ivan Bratko.
Qualitative Trees Applied to Bicycle Riding.

00-041
Stephen Muggleton.
Learning Stochastic Logic Programs.

00-042
Sergio Brandano.
On the meta-theoretic approach to non-monotonic reasoning, its extension to the continuum case and relation with classical Newtonian Mechanics.



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