Uncertain random logic and uncertain random entailment

@article{Liu2017UncertainRL,
  title={Uncertain random logic and uncertain random entailment},
  author={Yuhan Liu and Kai Yao},
  journal={J. Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing},
  year={2017},
  volume={8},
  pages={695-706}
}
Probabilistic logic and uncertain logic, as two branches of the multi-valued logic, have been proposed for dealing with knowledge with random factors and with human uncertainty, respectively. As a generalization, this paper proposes an uncertain random logic to deal with complex knowledge containing random factors and human uncertainty simultaneously, and derives a formula to calculate the truth value of an uncertain random proposition. As an inverse problem of the uncertain random logic, this… CONTINUE READING

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