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A Logical Theory of Nonmonotonic Inference and Belief Change by Alexander Bochman

By Alexander Bochman

this is often the 1st booklet that integrates nonmonotonic reasoning and trust become a unmarried framework from a man-made intelligence good judgment point-of-view. The method of either those matters is predicated on a robust suggestion of an epistemic nation that subsumes either present types for nonmonotonic inference and present versions for trust swap. Many effects and buildings within the publication are thoroughly new and feature no longer seemed previous within the literature.

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