Nonmonotonic Modes of Inference

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Nonmonotonic Modes of Inference
In this paper we investigate nonmonotonic `modes of inference'. Our approach uses modal (conditional) logic to establish a uniform framework in which to study nonmonotonic consequence. We consider a particular mode of inference which employs a majority-based account of default reasoning--one which differs from the more familiar preferential accounts--and show how modal logic supplies a framework which facilitates analysis of, and comparison with more traditional formulations of nonmonotonic consequence.
Victor Jauregui
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where AAAI
Authors Victor Jauregui
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