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EUROCAST
2007
Springer
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Temporal Equilibrium Logic: A First Approach
In this paper we introduce an extension of Equilibrium Logic (a logical characterisation of the Answer Set Semantics for logic programs) consisting in the inclusion of modal tempor...
Pedro Cabalar, Gilberto Pérez Vega
SBBD
2004
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An Apriori-based Approach for First-Order Temporal Pattern Mining
Previous studies on mining sequential patterns have focused on temporal patterns specified by some form of propositional temporal logic. However, there are some interesting sequen...
Sandra de Amo, Daniel A. Furtado, Arnaud Giacomett...
TIME
2008
IEEE
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Practical First-Order Temporal Reasoning
In this paper we consider the specification and verification of infinite-state systems using temporal logic. In particular, we describe parameterised systems using a new variet...
Clare Dixon, Michael Fisher, Boris Konev, Alexei L...
CAV
2010
Springer
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Policy Monitoring in First-Order Temporal Logic
We present an approach to monitoring system policies. As a specification language, we use an expressive fragment of a temporal logic, which can be effectively monitored. We repor...
David A. Basin, Felix Klaedtke, Samuel Müller
AAAI
2006
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Planning with First-Order Temporally Extended Goals using Heuristic Search
Temporally extended goals (TEGs) refer to properties that must hold over intermediate and/or final states of a plan. The problem of planning with TEGs is of renewed interest becau...
Jorge A. Baier, Sheila A. McIlraith
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