Sciweavers

Share
ECSQARU
2007
Springer

Syntactic Propositional Belief Bases Fusion with Removed Sets

9 years 9 months ago
Syntactic Propositional Belief Bases Fusion with Removed Sets
Abstract. The problem of merging multiple sources information is central in several domains of computer science. In knowledge representation for artificial intelligence, several approaches have been proposed for propositional bases fusion, however, most of them are defined at a semantic level and are untractable. This paper proposes a new syntactic approach of belief bases fusion, called Removed Sets Fusion (RSF). The notion of removed-set, initially defined in the context of belief revision is extended to fusion and most of the classical fusion operations are syntactically captured by RSF. In order to efficiently implement RSF, the paper shows how RSF can be encoded into a logic program with answer set semantics, then presents an adaptation of the smodels system devoted to efficiently compute the removed sets in order to perform RSF. Finally a preliminary experimental study shows that the answer set programming approach seems promising for performing belief bases fusion on real sca...
Julien Hué, Odile Papini, Eric Würbel
Added 07 Jun 2010
Updated 07 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ECSQARU
Authors Julien Hué, Odile Papini, Eric Würbel
Comments (0)
books