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Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 69:241–255, 1995. 3. Mirko Navara. Satisﬁability in fuzzy logics. Neural Networks World, 10(5):845–858, 2000. 4. U. Straccia. Reasoning within fuzzy description logics. Journal of Artiﬁcial Intelligence Research, 14:137–166, 2001. B. , Via S. it Abstract. In this paper we propose a new approach to User Model Acquisition (UMA) which has two important features. , we deal with concepts instead of keywords to formulate queries. 1 Introduction Research in User Model Acquisition (UMA) has received considerable attention in the last years.

The behavioral module provides streams of elementary features that are then grouped, parsed, tracked, and converted to representations of the information. In other words, one output of the behavioral processing module is a stream of states at each point in time. Signal and symbol integration and transformation is an old but diﬃcult problem. It comes about because the world surrounding us is a mixture of continuous space-time functions with discontinuities. Recognition of these discontinuities in the world leads to representations of diﬀerent states of the world, which in turn place demands on behavioral strategies.

N ) corresponding to two fuzzy sets Ai , Aj ∈ Φ with prototypes −1 pi , pj such that pi ≤ x ≤ pj . Then, A−1 i (πi ) ∩ Aj (πj ) = {x}. Indeed, sup−1 pose, ad absurdum, that A−1 i (πi ) ∩ Aj (πj ) = {y, z}, with y < z (note that x = y ∨ x = z, since x will always compare in the intersection by construction −1 of the deﬁned sets). By Lemma 1, we have y ∈ A−1 iL (πi ) ∧ z ∈ AiR (πi ) and, −1 −1 symmetrically, y ∈ AjL (πj ) ∧ z ∈ AjR (πj ). As a consequence, the prototypes pi , pj are such that y ≤ pi < pj ≤ z, that is x ≤ pi < pj ∨ pi < pj ≤ x.