By Klaus Ambos-Spies, Dongping Yang (auth.), Egon Börger, Hans Kleine Büning, Michael M. Richter (eds.)
This quantity includes the revised models of 28 papers offered on the 3rd workshop on desktop technology common sense held in Kaiserslautern, FRG, October 2-6, 1989. those complaints conceal a variety of subject matters either from theoretical and utilized parts of desktop technology. extra particularly, the papers take care of difficulties coming up on the border of common sense and desktop technological know-how, e.g. in complexity, info base thought, common sense programming, man made intelligece, and temporal good judgment. the amount will be of curiosity to all logicians and machine scientists operating within the above field.
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CSL '89: 3rd Workshop on Computer Science Logic Kaiserslautern, FRG, October 2–6, 1989 Proceedings by Klaus Ambos-Spies, Dongping Yang (auth.), Egon Börger, Hans Kleine Büning, Michael M. Richter (eds.)