Qualitative probabilities: a normative framework for commonsense reasoning

@inproceedings{Goldszmidt1992QualitativePA,
  title={Qualitative probabilities: a normative framework for commonsense reasoning},
  author={Mois{\'e}s Goldszmidt},
  year={1992}
}
Intelligent agents are expected to generate plausible predictions and explanations in partially unknown and highly dynamic environments. Thus, they should be able to retract old conclusions in light of new evidence and to efficiently manage wide fluctuations of uncertainty. Neither mathematical logic nor numerical probability fully accommodates these requirements. In this dissertation I propose a formalism that facilitates reasoning with qualitative rules, facts, and deductively closed beliefs… CONTINUE READING

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