Moti Schneider

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In [Z. Ding, H. Bunke, M. Schneider, A. Kandel, Fuzzy timed Petri net — definitions, properties and applications, Math. Comput. Modelling (2005) (in press)], we posed two fuzzy timed Petri Net models. Based on the mark changing rate, they can be classified either as a discrete Fuzzy Timed Petri Net model (discrete-FTPN), or as a continuous Fuzzy Timed Petri(More)
Building planning systems that operate in real domains requires coping with both uncertainty and time pressure. This paper describes a model of reaction plans, which are generated using a formalization of actions and of state descriptions in probabilistic logic, as a basis for anytime planning under uncertainty. The model has the following main features. At(More)
Fuzzy expert systems attempt to model the cognitive processes of human experts. They currently accomplish this by capturing knowledge in the form of linguistic propositions. Real-world problems dictate the need to include mathematical knowledge as well. Pattern matching is a critical part of the inference procedure in expert systems. Matches are made(More)
Terrorist groups use the Web as their infrastructure for various purposes. One example is the forming of new local cells that may later become active and perform acts of terror. The Advanced Terrorist Detection System (ATDS), is aimed at tracking down online access to abnormal content, which may include terrorist-generated sites, by analyzing the content of(More)
Most existing methods of document clustering are based on the classical vector-space model, which represents each document by a fixed-size vector of key terms or key phrases. In large and diverse document collections such as the World Wide Web, this approach suffers from a tremendous computational overload. since the constant size of the term vector equals(More)