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By Janneke H. Bolt (auth.), Roberto Serra, Rita Cucchiara (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the eleventh overseas convention of the Italian organization for synthetic Intelligence, AI*IA 2009, held in Reggio Emilia, Italy, in December 2009.

The 50 revised complete papers awarded including three invited talks have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from eighty three submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on wisdom illustration and reasoning, desktop studying, evolutionary computation, seek, common language processing, multi-agent structures and application.

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To this purpose we introduce a further score of rules: Definition 7. Given a rule r whose antecedents involves the classes C1 . . Cn , the specificity of r is defined as follows: n specScore(r) = d(Ci ) (3) i=1 where: – d(Ci ) measures the level of Ci in the taxonomy and is defined as: • d(Ci ) = 0 if Ci is a leaf • d(Ci ) = max(d(C1 ), . . d(Ck )) + 1 where C1 . . Ck are subclasses of Ci The final score of a rule r can be obtained as a combination of score(r) and specScore(r). In the prototype we decided to base conflict resolution on score(r), selecting the rule with maximum score, using specScore(r) when the score is Common-Sense Rule Inference 27 the same and preferring the rule with minimum specScore.

The path length averaged over all pairs ˆ p in [4], whereas we consider of nodes. We have already discussed the importance of tw μ and π – originally defined in [17] to analyze the topology of large networks arising in practice – because they have been used in [18] to establish a relationship between the empirical hardness of SAT encodings and their structural properties. 0 for QBFs in the set k-open. In Figure 2 we show the results of our analysis on structural parameters. Looking at the figure, we can see that the set k-closed is characterized from a median value of μ ˆ p which is smaller than the same value for k-open formulas, whereas the value and tw 38 L.

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