The GUHA method of automatic hypotheses determination

  title={The GUHA method of automatic hypotheses determination},
  author={Petr H{\'a}jek and Ivan M. Havel and Metodej K. Chytil},
SummaryThe presented method is an application of the mathematical logic and computer technique to the research problems of concrete sciences.Let us assume a model (precisely a unary semantic model), i. e. a finite nonempty system of objects and a finite system of properties, to be given. It is known, for each object and each property, whether or not the object possesses the property. (E. g., objects are patients and properties are diseases or facts that some medicines were administered etc… 
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