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Makinson, D. and K. Schlechta, Floating conclusions and zombie paths: two deep difficulties in the "directly skeptical" approach to defeasible inheritance nets (Research Note), Artificial Intelligence 48 (1991) 199-209. We discuss two difficulties in the "directly skeptical" approach to inference in defeasible inheritance nets, as developed by Horty,… (More)
1 I n t r o d u c t i o n Intelligent agents must gather information about the world, elaborate theories about it and revise those theories in view of new information that , sometimes, contradicts the beliefs previously held. Belief revision is therefore a central topic in Knowledge Representation. It has been studied in different forms: numeric or… (More)
We show that, under some very weak assumptions about the definitions of sceptical and extension-based defeasible inheritance, directly sceptical inheritance cannot capture the intersection of extensions.