Approximate Reasoning about Complex Objects in Distributed Systems: Rough Mereological Formalization ?

@inproceedings{Polkowski1999ApproximateRA,
  title={Approximate Reasoning about Complex Objects in Distributed Systems: Rough Mereological Formalization ?},
  author={Lech Polkowski and Andrzej Skowron},
  year={1999}
}
We propose an approach to approximate reasoning by systems of intelligent agents based on the paradigm of rough mereology. In this approach, the knowledge of each agent is formalized as an information system (a data table) from which similarity measures on objects manipulated by this agent are inferred. These similarity measures are based on rough mereological inclusions which formally render degrees for one object to be a part of another. Each agent constructs in this way its own rough… CONTINUE READING
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