Temporal Representation and Reasoning

@inproceedings{Fisher2008TemporalRA,
  title={Temporal Representation and Reasoning},
  author={Michael Fisher},
  booktitle={Handbook of Knowledge Representation},
  year={2008}
}
This book is about representing knowledge in all its various forms. Yet, whatever phenomenon we aim to represent, be it natural, computational, or abstract, it is unlikely to be static. The natural world is always decaying or evolving. Thus, computational processes, by their nature, are dynamic, and most abstract notions, if they are to be useful, are likely to incorporate change. Consequently, the notion of representations changing through time is vital. And so, we need a clear way of… CONTINUE READING
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