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Merging Information Under Constraints: A Logical Framework
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The paper considers the problem of merging several belief bases in the presence of integrity constraints and proposes a logical characterization of operators having a majority behaviour or a consensual one. Expand
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On the measure of conflicts: Shapley Inconsistency Values
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We address this need in this paper: our proposal takes into account both the number of variables affected by the inconsistency and the distribution of the inconsistency among the formulae of the base. Expand
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On the Logic of Merging
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Measuring Inconsistency through Minimal Inconsistent Sets
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We explore the links between measures of inconsistency for a belief base and minimal inconsistent subsets of that belief base. Expand
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A Comparative Study of Ranking-Based Semantics for Abstract Argumentation
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Argumentation is a process of evaluating and comparing a set of arguments. Expand
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Merging with Integrity Constraints
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We consider, in this paper, the problem of knowledge base merging with integrity constraints. Expand
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On the merging of Dung's argumentation systems
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In this paper, the problem of deriving sensible information from a collection of argumentation systems coming from different agents is addressed. Expand
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DA2 merging operators
A new framework for propositional merging is presented. DA2 merging operators, parameterized by a distance between interpretations and two aggregation functions, are introduced. Many distances andExpand
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Logic Based Merging
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We discuss the relationship between merging, revision, update and confluence, and some links between belief merging and social choice theory. Expand
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Shapley Inconsistency Values
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We address this need in this paper: our proposal takes into account both the number of variables affected by the inconsistency and the distribution of the inconsistency among the formulae of the base. Expand
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