Steps Towards Commonsense-Driven Belief Revision in the Event Calculus

@inproceedings{Tsampanaki2017StepsTC,
  title={Steps Towards Commonsense-Driven Belief Revision in the Event Calculus},
  author={Nikoleta Tsampanaki and Giorgos Flouris and Theodore Patkos},
  booktitle={COMMONSENSE},
  year={2017}
}
Recent extensions of the Event Calculus resulted in powerful formalisms, able to reason about a multitude of commonsense phenomena in causal domains, involving epistemic notions, functional fluents and probabilistic aspects, among others. Surprisingly, little attention has been paid to the problem of automatically revising (correcting) a Knowledge Base when an observation contradicts predictions regarding the world. Despite mature work on the related belief revision field, adapting such results… CONTINUE READING

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