Belief Revision and Default Reasoning: Syntax-Based Approaches

@inproceedings{Nebel1991BeliefRA,
  title={Belief Revision and Default Reasoning: Syntax-Based Approaches},
  author={Bernhard Nebel},
  booktitle={KR},
  year={1991}
}
Belief revision leads to temporal nonmono-tonicity, i.e., the set of beliefs does not grow monotonically with time. Default reasoning leads to logical nonmonotonicity, i.e., the set of consequences does not grow monotonically with the set of premises. The connection between these forms of nonmonotonicity will be studied in this paper focusing on syntax-based approaches. It is shown that a general form of syntax-based belief revision corresponds to a special kind of partial meet revision in the… CONTINUE READING
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