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Preference-Based Default Reasoning

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Preference-Based Default Reasoning
It is well-known that default reasoning and preference-based decision making both make use of preferential relations between possible worlds resp. alternatives. In this paper, we explore this methodological relationship in more detail by considering inference as a decision making problem. A foundational approach to preference fusion is used to define a nonmonotonic inference relation System ARS which turns out to be a refinement of System Z. We compare System ARS to other default reasoning strategies and prove that it satisfies an irrelevance property which is violated by System Z.
Manuela Ritterskamp, Gabriele Kern-Isberner
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where FLAIRS
Authors Manuela Ritterskamp, Gabriele Kern-Isberner
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