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Belief revision and 3-valued logics: Characterization of 19,683 belief change operators [article]

Nerio Borges, Ramón Pino Pérez
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Then we analyse some sort of changes in this kind of structures and give syntactical characterizations of them.  ...  In this work, we introduce a 3-valued logic where the formulas can be identified with a generalisation of total preorders of three levels: a ranking function mapping interpretations into the truth values  ...  Introduction Classical propositional logic is the most common choice when studying and modelling belief change operators (see for instance [10, 19, 20] ).  ... 
arXiv:1910.14138v1 fatcat:libvch3ttvbldm3w6ebqapubs4

Belief change and 3-valued logics: Characterization of 19,683 belief change operators

Nerio Borges, Ramón Pino Pérez
2020 The Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research  
In this framework we analyze some types of changes of these epistemic structures and give syntactical characterizations of them in the introduced logic.  ...  In this work we introduce a 3-valued logic with modalities, with the aim of having a clear and precise representation of epistemic states, thus the formulas of this logic will be our epistemic states.  ...  Since the function k determines the operator ⊗ k , there are | {1, 2, 3} | |{1,2,3}| 2 = 3 3 2 = 3 9 = 19, 683 possible belief change operators in this setting.  ... 
doi:10.1613/jair.1.12091 fatcat:jwdkoafxzjeqjh3ffh3df7yjiy

The Logic of Reciprocity: Trust, Collective Action, and Law

Dan M. Kahan
2003 Michigan law review  
This research suggests an alternative "reciprocity theory" that differs THE LOGIC OF RECIPROCITY 3 from the conventional position in four important respects, each of which merits specific attention.  ...  The Logic of Reciprocity Accepted for decades on a combination of faith and anecdote, the premises of the conventional theory of collective action have only recently been subjected to sustained and rigorous  ...  The Logic of Reciprocity: Trust, Collective Action, and Law Dan M. Kahan * Introduction The Logic of Collective Action 1 has for decades supplied the logic of public policy analysis.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3595400 fatcat:nceo4jeo25gmpj5uljv6265j6m

The Logic of Reciprocity: Trust, Collective Action, and Law

Dan M. Kahan
2002 Social Science Research Network  
This research suggests an alternative "reciprocity theory" that differs THE LOGIC OF RECIPROCITY 3 from the conventional position in four important respects, each of which merits specific attention.  ...  The Logic of Reciprocity Accepted for decades on a combination of faith and anecdote, the premises of the conventional theory of collective action have only recently been subjected to sustained and rigorous  ...  The Logic of Reciprocity: Trust, Collective Action, and Law Dan M. Kahan * Introduction The Logic of Collective Action 1 has for decades supplied the logic of public policy analysis.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.361400 fatcat:bwg2376fnzdfrccq2d6dfsvtri

Language and Logic in Wittgenstein's Tractatus

Daniele Mezzadri
2013 Nordic Wittgenstein Review  
beyond the scope of my thesis work) in the late stages of my research.  ...  His help and guidance in getting me to develop and shape my research plans -from the initial to the final level -has been invaluable; Colin Johnston, for his support and friendly assistance (extending  ...  of my thoughts" [TLP: p. 3].  ... 
doi:10.1515/nwr.2013.2.1.57 fatcat:u73cmjdslzfphojq5zahbao754

Strategies for Belief Revision [chapter]

Krister Segerberg
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
(Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences).  ...  For a recent survey paper on belief change, see [7] . For a general introduction to the modal logic of belief change, see [6] .  ...  Introduction Within the KGM-paradigm of belief change, iterated revision poses no problem.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-29326-9_5 fatcat:bc24de5c4jbixbnmltfr5nh4iy

Fostering distributed business logic in Open Collaborative Networks: an integrated approach based on semantic and swarm coordination

Francesco P. Appio, Mario G. C. A. Cimino, Alessandro Lazzeri, Antonella Martini, Gigliola Vaglini
2016 Information Systems Frontiers  
Stigmergy allows protecting data privacy, because only marks are 39 involved in aggregation, in place of actual data values, without explicit data modeling.  ...  25 Given the great opportunities provided by Open Collaborative Networks (OCNs), their success 26 depends on the effective integration of composite business logic at all stages.  ...  of the small-1063 medium enterprises. 1064  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10796-016-9691-5 fatcat:falkxmt5vbbsribh73sxmkxncu

Index—Volumes 1–89

1997 Artificial Intelligence  
Kim and Pearl 626 revised -626 Poole 680 a.o., David -971 systems 1038 pooling of evidence 6 19 POP1 plans, partially ordered and partially instantiated plans 1094 population 1072 size 1306  ...  -188 descriptive concepts 347 for characterizing entities 347 high-level -347 descriptive logic, DL 1379 power 1074 procedure for line drawings 59 properties 247 statement of the problem I 19  ...  112, 147,245,292,296, 303,444,453, 461,503,573,632,690,692, 1079, 1204, 1222,1339 reasoning abductive -684, 1175, 1222 logical -1124, 1217 machinery 58 1 management of evidential -328 mathematical -166,579  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0004-3702(97)80122-1 fatcat:6az7xycuifaerl7kmv7l3x6rpm

Modeling coping behavior in virtual humans

Stacy Marsella, Jonathan Gratch
2003 Proceedings of the second international joint conference on Autonomous agents and multiagent systems - AAMAS '03  
In this paper, we show how psychological research on the interplay between human emotion, cognition and coping behavior can serve as a central organizing principle for the behavior of human-like autonomous  ...  This article builds on insights into how humans cope with emotion to guide the design of virtual humans.  ...  Agents may form beliefs about the current value of state predicates and about the party responsible for individual events.  ... 
doi:10.1145/860624.860626 fatcat:g2gck4bohjhnnneag4t2ikyfsi

Reference list of indexed articles

1997 Artificial Intelligence  
Patel-Schneider, A four-valued semantics for terminological logics 38 (3) ( 1989) 319-351 502. R. Dechter and J.  ...  Kraus and D. Perlis, Nonmonotonicity H. Katsuno and A.O. Mendelzon, Propositional knowledge base revision and minimal change . R.G.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0004-3702(97)80123-3 fatcat:k6vuarylb5eprhd53uncv4h4j4

Negative existentials

Zoltán Vecsey
2018 Pragmatics: Quarterly Publication of the International Pragmatics Association  
Moreover, utterances of such sentences seem to express propositions or thoughts that are informative and true.  ...  This paper investigates two alternative theories of negative existentials. A common feature of these theories is that they adopt a dynamic approach to meaning.  ...  truth signals how the belief sets on which the context change potentials of utterances operate correspond to something in the world.10In short, Clapp's view seems to be in agreement with RELATIONALITY  ... 
doi:10.1075/prag.17026.vec fatcat:mau36ryeqrc6fnh6dgjfwzo32i

Longitudinal associations between employees' beliefs about the quality of the change management process, affective commitment to change and psychological empowerment

Alexandre JS Morin, John P Meyer, Émilie Bélanger, Jean-Sébastien Boudrias, Marylène Gagné, Philip D Parker
2015 Human Relations  
Longitudinal associations between employees' perceptions of the quality of the change management process, affective commitment to change and psychological empowerment.  ...  Psychological empowerment (PE) and affective commitment to change (ACC) are proposed as especially important in turbulent contexts characterized by multiple and ongoing changes requiring employees' continuing  ...  profiles characterized by varying combinations of ACC, NCC, and CCC.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0018726715602046 fatcat:kig2pulsljhlrorce4i752lpoi

EVOLUTION OF RELIGIOUS CAPACITY IN THE GENUS HOMO: TRAIT COMPLEXITY IN ACTION THROUGH COMPASSION

Margaret Boone Rappaport, Christopher Corbally
2018 Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science  
They round out their analysis of compassion by exploring theory in neuroscience on a standard decision-making model, and investigate what goes on in the human brain when a values-based decision is made  ...  They explore the various meanings of compassion, using Biblical and early related documents, and derive general cognitive components before an evolutionary analysis of compassion using their model.  ...  in Deuteronomy 10:18; 14:29; 16:11; 24:19; Jeremiah 22:3, and others), as well as those "in poverty and the afflicted" (Psalms 146:9; Job 6:14; Proverbs 19:17; Zechariah 7:9-10; Micah 6:8).  ... 
doi:10.1111/zygo.12388 fatcat:34h5csyz5jedlixnrq4gtwlz54

The psychology of religion

E. L. Schaub
1926 Psychological bulletin  
Langley (32) insists that the marked changes in attitude that characterize the “ genuine ” experience remain inadequately explained if we keep to the stand- 690 EDWARD L.  ...  SCHAUB logical truths and their practical value with religious doctrines by distinguishing between the immediate and the ultimate causes of religious experience; moreover, natural laws “ have themselves  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0070033 fatcat:7koq2m5ew5eafkakq34prajphu

A Theory of Establishment Clause Adjudication: Individualism, Social Contract, and the Significance of Coercion in Identifying Threats to Religious Liberty

Robert A. Holland
1992 California Law Review  
by three "operational criteria": organization, theology, and attitudinal conformity. 3 97 Organization 391.  ...  observation and application of the formal, deductive rules of logic. 3 a Because the logic of reality parallels that of the individual, it is possible for individuals to gain knowledge about reality and  ...  Under this criterion, the words "increase" and "decrease" do not refer to changes in the number of people coerced.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3480826 fatcat:y3f4u46y5jcpxgww4dbznvnhiu
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