On the Logic of Iterated Non-prioritised Revision

@inproceedings{Booth2002OnTL,
  title={On the Logic of Iterated Non-prioritised Revision},
  author={Richard Booth},
  booktitle={WCII},
  year={2002}
}
We look at iterated non-prioritised belief revision, using as a starting point a model of non-prioritised revision, similar to Makinson’s screened revision, which assumes an agent keeps a set of core beliefs whose function is to block certain revision inputs. We study postulates for the iteration of this operation. These postulates generalise some of those which have previously been proposed for iterated AGM (“prioritised”) revision, including those of Darwiche and Pearl. We then add a second… CONTINUE READING

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