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Reasoning in Non-Axiomatic Logic: A Case Study in Medical Diagnosis

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Reasoning in Non-Axiomatic Logic: A Case Study in Medical Diagnosis
Abstract. Non-Axiomatic Logic (NAL) is designed for intelligent reasoning, and can be used in a system that has insufficient knowledge and resources with respect to the problems to be solved. This paper reports the result of a case study that applies NAL in medical diagnostics, and the logic is compared with binary logic and probability theory.
Pei Wang, Seemal Awan
Added 24 Aug 2011
Updated 24 Aug 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where AGI
Authors Pei Wang, Seemal Awan
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