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Title: TIP : An intermediate language for the description of temporal situations
Language: German
Authors: Jakob, Jörg-Ingo 
Issue Date: 1991
Source: ESPRIT 2434: Knowledge-based realtime CIM controllers for distributed factory supervision : [project duration: 1.1.1989 - 31.12.1991], 24 months report: [July - December 1990], Suppl. B, Task 2: Applications: the distributed CIM controller, Hamburg 1991, S. 297-323
Abstract (english): A language for the description of temporal situations (called TIP) is presented. It incorporates the work of Allen, Rit and Becker on qualitative and quantitative representation of temporal situations and expresses this work in a unifying language approach, enhanced by arithmetic and procedural constructs. TIP is intermediate in the sense that it is a kind of assembler language for the declarative description of temporal situations. By careful choice of TIP's syntax, mnemonics and structure, TIP allows its application as an interpreted interface language between user and the underlying TIP inference engine as well. Several application examples are provided, amongst them 'real life' applications from the planning and scheduling domains. An outlook on possible additional language features in future versions of TIP is given.
URI: http://tubdok.tub.tuhh.de/handle/11420/378
DOI: 10.15480/882.376
Institute: Automatisierungstechnik E-1
Type: (wissenschaftlicher) Artikel
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