On the Difference between Bridge Rules and Lifting Axioms

@inproceedings{Bouquet2003OnTD,
  title={On the Difference between Bridge Rules and Lifting Axioms},
  author={Paolo Bouquet and Luciano Serafini},
  booktitle={CONTEXT},
  year={2003}
}
In a previous paper, we proposed a first formal and conceptual comparison between the two most important formalizations of context in AI: Propositional Logic of Context (PLC) and Local Models Semantics/MultiContext Systems (LMS/MCS). The result was that LMS/MCS is at least as general as PLC, as it can be embedded into a particular class of MCS, called MPLC. In this paper we go beyond that result, and prove that, under some important restrictions (including the hypothesis that each context has… CONTINUE READING

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