By Peter Gärdenfors
Trust revision is a subject of a lot curiosity in theoretical desktop technology and common sense, and it types a relevant challenge in study into synthetic intelligence. simply: how do you replace a database of information within the gentle of latest info? What if the hot info is in clash with whatever that used to be formerly held to be precise? An clever method might be capable of accommodate all such instances. This ebook includes a number of study articles on trust revision which are thoroughly brand new and an introductory bankruptcy that provides a survey of present learn within the quarter and the basics of the speculation. therefore this quantity can be important as a textbook on trust revision.
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Instead, the only relations among nodes are those indicated explicitly by reasons. These may, if desired, encode logical relations directly. 1 We say that each node in N is in (the set of beliefs), and that each node in Af \ N is out (of the set of beliefs). The original RMS provided two types of reasons: support-list reasons and conditionalproof reasons. For simplicity, we will ignore conditional-proof reasons and assume that all reasons are support-list reasons. Each support-list reason takes the form (/, O, c) where / , 0 C Af and c E Af.
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