Rules represent knowledge about the world that can be used<lb>for reasoning. However, the world is inherently uncertain, which may affect both rules and data. Indeed, rules capturing expert knowledge are<lb>only an approximation of a complex reality, and data may be uncertain<lb>due to missing values, noisy measurents, or ambiguities.<lb>While a wide… (More)
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