Since Simple Temporal Networks (STNs) were first introduced in 1991, there have been numerous theoretic and algorithmic advances that have made them practical for a wide variety of applications. However, the presentation of most of the important advances have been scattered across numerous conference papers and journal articles. As a result, it is too easy for even experienced researchers to be unaware of results that could positively impact their work. In this talk we review the most important results about STNs for researchers in Artificial Intelligence who are interested in incorporating the management of time and temporal constraints into their projects.

Simple Temporal Networks: A Practical Foundation for Temporal Representation and Reasoning (Invited Talk)

Roberto Posenato
2021-01-01

Abstract

Since Simple Temporal Networks (STNs) were first introduced in 1991, there have been numerous theoretic and algorithmic advances that have made them practical for a wide variety of applications. However, the presentation of most of the important advances have been scattered across numerous conference papers and journal articles. As a result, it is too easy for even experienced researchers to be unaware of results that could positively impact their work. In this talk we review the most important results about STNs for researchers in Artificial Intelligence who are interested in incorporating the management of time and temporal constraints into their projects.
Simple Temporal Networks, Consistency Checking, Restoring Consistency, Dispatchability, Temporal Decoupling Problem
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