Ed Yampratoom

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This paper describes the performance evaluation of six temporal reasoning systems. We show that if you are working with large temporal datasets where information is added incrementally throughout the execution of the program, systems using incompletely connected graphs (<i>i.e.,</i> TMM, TimeGraph and TimeGraph-II) seem the best option. While they do not(More)
Temporal projection is a crucial task in planning. In order to achieve its goals, the planner must be able to reason about the consequences of its actions. In the real world, the planner does not have complete information about the environment or even the consequences of its actions. The planner thus must be able to reason about the probabilistic nature of(More)
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