Knowledge in action: Logical foundations for specifying and implementing dynamical systems by Raymond Reiter, MIT Press, 0-262-18218-1, 448 pp

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  title={Knowledge in action: Logical foundations for specifying and implementing dynamical systems by Raymond Reiter, MIT Press, 0-262-18218-1, 448 pp},
  author={Simon Parsons},
  journal={Knowledge Eng. Review},
  year={2005},
  volume={20},
  pages={431-432}
}
When I started out as a newly hatched PhD student, back in the day, one of the first articles I read and understood (or at least thought that I understood) was Ray Reiter's classic article on default logic (Reiter, 1980). This was some years after the famous 'non-monotonic logic' issue of Artificial Intelligence in which that article appeared, but default logic was still one of the leading approaches, a tribute to the simplicity and power of the theory. As a result of reading the article, I… CONTINUE READING
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