Advances in Artificial Intelligence: Third Congress of the by Mauro Di Manzo, Enrico Giunchiglia (auth.), Pietro Torasso

By Mauro Di Manzo, Enrico Giunchiglia (auth.), Pietro Torasso (eds.)

This e-book comprises 22 lengthy papers and thirteen brief ones chosen for the clinical song of the 3rd Congress of the Italian organization for man made Intelligence. The lengthy papers file accomplished paintings while the quick papers are often dedicated to ongoing study. The papers record major paintings conducted within the various subfields of man-made intelligence not just in Italy but additionally somewhere else: eight of the papers come from outdoors Italy, with 2 from the us and 1 eachfrom Australia, Austria, Germany, The Netherlands, Spain, and Turkey. The papers within the ebook are grouped into components on: automatic reasoning; cognitive versions; connectionist types and subsymbolic ways; wisdom illustration and reasoning; languages, architectures and instruments for AI; computer studying; common language; making plans and robotics; and reasoning approximately actual structures and artifacts.

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Volpano, G. Smith, and C. Irvine. A sound type system for secure flow analysis. Journal of Computer Security, 4:4–21, 1996. fr Abstract. This paper presents a very simple consensus protocol that converges in a single communication step in favorable circumstances. Those situations occur when “enough” processes propose the same value. ) The protocol requires f < n/3. It is shown that this requirement is necessary. Moreover, if all the processes that propose a value do propose the same value, the protocol always terminates in one communication step.

A typical case of implicit flow is when a protocol P behaves differently, according to the result of comparing a secret value against a public one. , that the message is not the number 0. In this section, we follow Abadi’s approach [1], and consider the case in which a message received does not influence the overall behaviour of the protocol, even in presence of an active attacker Q. g. by sending a message that permits to pass a matching. We shall show that our CFA can guarantee this form of non-interference, that we call message independence.

An introduction to modal and temporal logic for ccs. In Proc. 1989 UK/Japan Workshop on Concurrency, LNCS 491, pages 2–20. Springer 1991. Static Analysis for Secrecy and Non-interference in Networks of Processes C. Bodei1 , P. Degano1 , F. Nielson2 , and H. dk Abstract. We introduce the ν SPI-calculus that strengthens the notion of “perfect symmetric cryptography” of the spi-calculus by taking time into account. This involves defining an operational semantics, defining a control flow analysis (CFA) in the form of a flow logic, and proving semantic correctness.

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