Relating Belief Revision and Circumscription

@inproceedings{Liberatore1995RelatingBR,
  title={Relating Belief Revision and Circumscription},
  author={Paolo Liberatore and Marco Schaerf},
  booktitle={IJCAI},
  year={1995}
}
Nonmonotonic formalisms and belief revision operators have been introduced as useful tools to describe and reason about evolving scenarios. Both approaches have been proven effective in a number of different situations. However, little is known about their relationship. Previous work by Winslett has shown some correlations between a specific operator and circumscription. In this paper we greatly extend Winslett’s work by establishing new relations between circumscription and a large number of… CONTINUE READING

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