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Paraconsistent logics

By Anthony Hunter


In practical reasoning, it is common to have “too much ” informationabout some situation. In other words, it is common for there to be classically inconsistent information in a practical reasoning database [Besnard et al., 1995]. The diversity of logics proposed for aspects of practical reasoning indicates the complexit

Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Year: 1998
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