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By Shichao Zhang, Ray Jarvis

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

The seventy seven revised complete papers and 119 revised brief papers offered including the abstracts of three keynote speeches have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 535 submissions. The papers are catgorized in 3 wide sections, particularly: AI foundations and applied sciences, computational intelligence, and AI in really good domain names. specific themes addressed via the papers are common sense and reasoning, computing device studying, video game idea, robot know-how, info mining, neural networks, fuzzy thought and algorithms, evolutionary computing, internet intelligence, choice making, trend reputation, agent expertise, and AI purposes.

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Besides this, which is relatively simple, the combinations of different primitive updates could result in C25 + C35 + C45 + C55 = 26 possible cases. We give a couple of examples to illustrate combinations of primitive updates. Case A: Combing PU1, PU2 and PU3 Given M = (S, R, L), its updated model M = (S , R , L ) is the result of M having added a new relation, removing an existing relation and substituting an existing state and its associated relations with a new state and its associated relations, iff Model Updating CTL Systems 9 S = S ∪ {sss |sss ∈ S, sss ∈ S } − {si |si ∈ S, si ∈ S }; R = R ∪ {(sar , sar2 )|(sar , sar2 ) ∈ R, sar ∈ S, sar ∈ S , sar2 ∈ S, sar2 ∈ S } ∪ {(si−1 , sss )(sss , si+1 )|si−1 ∈ S, si−1 ∈ S , si+1 ∈ S, si+1 ∈ S } − {(srr , srr2 )|(srr , srr2 ) ∈ R, srr ∈ S, srr ∈ S , srr2 ∈ S, srr2 ∈ S } − {(si−1 , si ), (si , si+1 )|si−1 ∈ S, si−1 ∈ S , si+1 ∈ S, si+1 ∈ S }; L :→ 2AP , where ∀s ∈ S , if s ∈ S,then L (s) = L(s), else L (sss ) =τ (sss ), where τ is the truth assignment related to sss .

In Fig. 1, M1 is a resulting model by updating M with PU1,PU2 and PU3 in case A. During the update, a new relation (s0 ,s2 ) is added to M which belongs to PU1; an existing relation (s1 , s2 ) is removed from M which belongs to PU2; an existing state s3 is substituted with s3 and its associated relations (s2 , s3 ) and (s3 , s0 ) are substituted with (s2 , s3 ) and (s3 , s0 ) respectively, which belongs to PU3. s0 s3 M s0 s’3 s1 s2 M1 s1 s2 s0 s’ s1 s2 M2 Fig. 1. The illustration of combinations of primitive updates Case B: Combing PU2, PU4 and PU5 Given M = (S, R, L), its updated model M = (S , R , L ) is the result of M having added a new state, removing an existing relation and removing a state with its associated relations, iff S = S ∪ {sas |sas ∈ S, sas ∈ S }−{srs |srs ∈ S, srs ∈ S }; R = R ∪ {(sas−1 , sas )(sas , sas+1 )|sas−1 ∈ S, sas−1 ∈ S , sas+1 ∈ S, sas+1 ∈ S } −{(srs−1 , srs )(srs , srs+1 )|srs−1 ∈ S, srs−1 ∈ S , srs+1 ∈ S, srs+1 ∈ S } − {(srr , srr2 )|(srr , srr2 ) ∈ R, srr ∈ S, srr ∈ S , srr2 ∈ S, srr2 ∈ S }; L :→ 2AP , where ∀s ∈ S , if s ∈ S,then L (s) = L(s), else L (sas ) =τ (sas ), where τ is the truth assignment related to sas .

The CTL model update is decomposed into five primitive updates PU1-PU5, which can capture the simplest and atomic update features. The primitive updates form the foundation of minimal change rules. The minimal change rules are defined on the bases of minimal differences between the original model and its resulting model with the same type of primitive updates. We have developed algorithms for CTL model update which satisfy our minimal change rules. We have also demonstrated the microwave oven example to show the practical usage of our algorithms for CTL model update.

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