A Note on Granular Reasoning and Semantics of Four‐Valued Logics

@inproceedings{Kudo2006ANO,
  title={A Note on Granular Reasoning and Semantics of Four‐Valued Logics},
  author={Yasuo Kudo and Tetsuya Murai},
  year={2006}
}
Zooming reasoning systems is a mechanism for reasoning using granular computing. The key concept of the zooming reasoning system is focus, which represents sentences we use in the current step of reasoning. Murai et al. has proposed a three‐valued valuation based on focus. On the other hand, the authors have proposed another concept of granularity, called visibility, and constructed a four‐valued truth valuation based on visibility and focus. However, our formulation of the four‐valued… CONTINUE READING

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