Contextual deliberation of cognitive agents in defeasible logic

Abstract

Cognitive agents often deliberate about preferences among rules. Consider, for example, an agent with the obligation to travel to Paris next week leading to a desire to travel by train, with the preferences that if the desire to travel by train cannot be met, then there is a desire to travel by plane. Such an agent may reason about preferences among rules… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/1329125.1329306

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