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TSMC
2008
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A Context-Dependent Algorithm for Merging Uncertain Information in Possibility Theory
The need to merge multiple sources of uncertain information is an important issue in many application areas, especially when there is potential for contradictions between sources. ...
Anthony Hunter, Weiru Liu
JAT
2007
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Quasi-interpolation in the Fourier algebra
We derive new convergence results for the Schoenberg operator and more general quasi-interpolation operators. In particular, we prove that natural conditions on the generator func...
Hans Georg Feichtinger, Norbert Kaiblinger
JAIR
2007
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The Strategy-Proofness Landscape of Merging
Merging operators aim at defining the beliefs/goals of a group of agents from the beliefs/goals of each member of the group. Whenever an agent of the group has preferences over t...
Patricia Everaere, Sébastien Konieczny, Pie...
IVC
2007
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Attribute-space connectivity and connected filters
In this paper connected operators from mathematical morphology are extended to a wider class of operators, which are based on connectivities in higher-dimensional spaces, similar ...
Michael H. F. Wilkinson
INTERNET
2007
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Workflow Planning on a Grid
evel of abstraction, we can represent a workflow as a directed graph with operators (or tasks) at the vertices (see Figure 1). Each operator takes inputs from data sources or from ...
Craig W. Thompson, Wing Ning Li, Zhichun Xiao
APAL
2005
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Completing pseudojump operators
We investigate operators which take a set X to a set relatively computably enumerable in and above X by studying which such sets X can be so mapped into the Turing degree of K. We...
Richard Coles, Rodney G. Downey, Carl G. Jockusch ...
SYNTHESE
2008
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Formalizing common sense: an operator-based approach to the Tibbles-Tib problem
The paper argues, that a direct formalization of the way common sense thinks about the numerical identity of enduring entities, requires that traditional predicate logic is develo...
Ingvar Johansson
ACTA
2005
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The stuttering principle revisited
It is known that LTL formulae without the `next' operator are invariant under the so-called stutter-equivalence of words. In this paper we extend this principle to general LTL...
Antonín Kucera, Jan Strejcek
FUIN
2007
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A Possibility-Theoretic View of Formal Concept Analysis
Abstract. The paper starts from the standard relational view linking objects and properties in formal concept analysis, here augmented with four modal-style operators (known as suf...
Didier Dubois, Florence Dupin de Saint-Cyr, Henri ...
KES
2006
Springer
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Intelligent Environment for Training of Power Systems Operators
Training of operators has become an important problem to be faced by power systems: updating knowledge and skills. An operator must comprehend the physical operation of the process...
Gustavo Arroyo-Figueroa, Yasmín Herná...
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