First-Order Bayesian Logic

@inproceedings{Laskey2005FirstOrderBL,
  title={First-Order Bayesian Logic},
  author={Kathryn B. Laskey},
  year={2005}
}
Uncertainty is a fundamental and irreducible aspect of our knowledge about the world. Until recently, classical first-order logic has reigned as the de facto standard logical foundation for artificial intelligence. The lack of a built-in, semantically grounded capability for reasoning under uncertainty renders classical first-order logic inadequate for many important classes of problems. General-purpose languages are beginning to emerge for which the fundamental logical basis is probability… CONTINUE READING
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