Managing Inconsistency in Multi-context Systems Using the Impl Policy Language Managing Inconsistency in Multi-context Systems Using the Impl Policy Language

@inproceedings{Eiter2012ManagingII,
  title={Managing Inconsistency in Multi-context Systems Using the Impl Policy Language Managing Inconsistency in Multi-context Systems Using the Impl Policy Language},
  author={Thomas Eiter and Michael Fink and Giovambattista Ianni and Peter Sch{\"u}ller},
  year={2012}
}
Multi-context systems are a formalism for interlinking knowledge-based system (contexts) which interact via (possibly nonmonotonic) bridge rules. Such interlinking provides ample opportunity for unexpected inconsistencies. These are undesired and come in different categories: some are serious and must be inspected by a human operator, while some should simply be repaired automatically. However, no one-fits-all solution exists, as these categories depend on the application scenario. To tackle… CONTINUE READING

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