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CL
2000
Springer
12 years 14 days ago
Logic, Knowledge Representation, and Bayesian Decision Theory
In this paper I give a brief overview of recent work on uncertainty inAI, and relate it to logical representations. Bayesian decision theory and logic are both normative frameworks...
David Poole
AI
2008
Springer
11 years 6 months ago
MEBN: A language for first-order Bayesian knowledge bases
Although classical first-order logic is the de facto standard logical foundation for artificial intelligence, the lack of a built-in, semantically grounded capability for reasonin...
Kathryn B. Laskey
ICAIL
2003
ACM
12 years 1 months ago
Induction of Defeasible Logic Theories in the Legal Domain
Defeasible Logic is a promising representation for legal knowledge that appears to overcome many of the deļ¬ciencies of previous approaches to representing legal knowledge. Unfor...
Benjamin Johnston, Guido Governatori
TOCL
2008
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11 years 8 months ago
A comprehensive combination framework
fragment enjoys suitable noetherianity conditions and admits an abstract version of a `KeislerShelah like' isomorphism theorem. We show that this general decidability transfer...
Silvio Ghilardi, Enrica Nicolini, Daniele Zucchell...
KR
2004
Springer
12 years 1 months ago
Evidence and Belief
We discuss the representation of knowledge and of belief from the viewpoint of decision theory. While the Bayesian approach enjoys general-purpose applicability and axiomatic foun...
Itzhak Gilboa, David Schmeidler
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