Constructive Tightly Grounded Autoepistemic Reasoning

@inproceedings{Niemel1991ConstructiveTG,
  title={Constructive Tightly Grounded Autoepistemic Reasoning},
  author={Ilkka Niemel{\"a}},
  booktitle={IJCAI},
  year={1991}
}
The key concept of autoepistemic logic introduced by Moore is a stable expansion of a set of premises, i.e., a set of beliefs adopted by an agent with perfect introspection capabilities on the basis of the premises. Moore's formal-ization of a stable expansion, however, is non-constructive and produces sets of beliefs which are quite weakly grounded in the premises. A new more constructive definition of the sets of beliefs of the agent is proposed. It is based on classical logic and… CONTINUE READING

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