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By Mauricio Osorio, José Luis Carballido, Claudia Zepeda (auth.), Félix Castro, Alexander Gelbukh, Miguel González (eds.)

The two-volume set LNAI 8265 and LNAI 8266 constitutes the lawsuits of the twelfth Mexican overseas convention on synthetic Intelligence, MICAI 2013, held in Mexico urban, Mexico, in November 2013. the full of eighty five papers offered in those court cases have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 284 submissions. the 1st quantity bargains with advances in man made intelligence and its functions and is based within the following 5 sections: good judgment and reasoning; knowledge-based platforms and multi-agent structures; common language processing; laptop translation; and bioinformatics and scientific purposes. the second one quantity bargains with advances in smooth computing and its purposes and is based within the following 8 sections: evolutionary and nature-inspired metaheuristic algorithms; neural networks and hybrid clever platforms; fuzzy structures; laptop studying and trend reputation; info mining; computing device imaginative and prescient and picture processing; robotics, making plans and scheduling and emotion detection, sentiment research and opinion mining.

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Fm ) is a formula. In many-valued logics we prove that a formula always has a given truth value or a given set of truth values. We will introduce a notation for expressing that a formula F has a truth value t. Definition 3. A signed formula is a pair (F, t), denoted F t , where F is a fortm mula and t ∈ V . A sequent is a finite set {F1t1 , . . , Fm } of signed formulas. tm . For simplicity, we will write such a sequent as a sequence F1t1 , . . , Fm In [14, 26] signed formulas are signed with sets of truth values.

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Hence, whether a formula from (8) is grey depends only on whether the leaves of Π are also grey. To define the set Φ2 of partial interpolants, we therefore exploit the definition of RB-partitions and adjust (8) to the following three cases. In the sequel we refer by (a), . . , (j) to the formulas denoted by (a), . . , (j) in (8). Case (i). All leaves Ci of Π are grey. Any formula from (8) is a partial interpolant and: Φ2 = {(a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (h), (i), (j)}. Case (ii). Some leaves of Π are red.

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