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This ebook constitutes the refereed complaints of the tenth Australian Joint convention on man made Intelligence, AI'97, held in Perth, Australia, in November/December 1997. the amount offers forty eight revised complete papers chosen from a complete of 143 submissions. additionally incorporated are 3 keynote talks and one invited paper. The booklet is split into topical sections on constraint pride and scheduling, machine imaginative and prescient, allotted AI, evolutionary computing, knowledge-based platforms, wisdom illustration and reasoning, studying and laptop imaginative and prescient, desktop studying, NLP and person modeling, neural networks, robotics and computer acceptance, and temporal qualitative reasoning.
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ACM Press. 32. Mark A. Linton. Implementing relational views of programs. In Peter B. Henderson, editor, Software Development Environments (SDE), pages 132–140, 1984. 33. Michael Martin, Benjamin Livshits, and Monica S. Lam. Finding application errors using PQL: a program query language. In Proceedings of the 20th annual ACM SIGPLAN OOPSLA Conference, pages 365–383, 2005. 34. Edward McCormick and Kris De Volder. JQuery: ﬁnding your way through tangled code. In OOPSLA ’04: Companion to the 19th annual ACM SIGPLAN OOPSLA conference, pages 9–10, New York, NY, USA, 2004.
The set of all instantiated objects) of their type. Queries can deﬁne as many domain variables as necessary and can make use of the usual array of expression constructs found in Java. One diﬀerence from normal Java expressions is that boolean operators, such as && and ||, do not imply an order of execution for their operands. This allows ﬂexibility in the order they are evaluated, potentially leading to greater eﬃciency. As well as its simplicity, there are other advantages to using this query in place of the loop code.
Context-sensitive program analysis as database queries. In PODS ’05: Proceedings of the twenty-fourth ACM SIGMOD-SIGACT-SIGART symposium on Principles of database systems, pages 1–12, New York, NY, USA, 2005. ACM Press. 32. Mark A. Linton. Implementing relational views of programs. In Peter B. Henderson, editor, Software Development Environments (SDE), pages 132–140, 1984. 33. Michael Martin, Benjamin Livshits, and Monica S. Lam. Finding application errors using PQL: a program query language. In Proceedings of the 20th annual ACM SIGPLAN OOPSLA Conference, pages 365–383, 2005.