Modeling Actions with Ramifications in Nondeterministic, Concurrent, and Continuous Domains and a Case Study

Michael Thielscher, Dresden University of Technology

Combining into a consistent theory co-existing models for different phenomena in reasoning about actions can be a problem as challenging as addressing new aspects. We present a uniform theory for reasoning about actions with indirect effects in nondeterministic, concurrent, and continuous domains. We report on a case study to which our theory has been successfully applied.


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