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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Modal nonmonotonic logics constitute a well-known family of knowledge-representation formalisms capturing ideally rational agents reasoning about their own beliefs. ... Given a set T of formulas as initial premises, referred to as theories, introspection properties generate sets of total beliefs, called expansions. ... logic, a generalisation of the stable model semantics for logic programs. ...doi:10.1007/3-540-45616-3_8 fatcat:5yzrmskpq5a45j7tzrch6qj6ja
The aim of this study is to explore the effects of attitude on the user's intention to purchase and to revisit the game. ... The results found that attitude significantly affected the purchase intention of games advertised and significantly influenced users' intention to revisit the game.© 2016. The Authors. ... , more accessible and more stable, this experience will lead to greater attitude-behavior consistency. ...doi:10.21834/e-bpj.v1i4.381 fatcat:dnyljpzizfbfvjgh6i7xajsozu
Purchase intention; Revisit the gameeISSN 2398-4295 © 2018. ... The aim of this study is to explore the effects of attitude on the user's intention to purchase and to revisit the game. ... , more accessible and more stable, this experience will lead to greater attitude-behavior consistency. ...doi:10.21834/ajbes.v3i13.153 fatcat:xo4qowlvara6pja56bnohiu2vq
An assessment (consisting of a strategy profile and a system of beliefs) is AGM-consistent if there is a "plausibility" order on the set of histories such that,for every information set, (1) the histories ... that are assigned positive probability by the system of beliefs are precisely those that are most plausible in that information set and (2) the choices that are assigned positive probability (by the relevant ...doi:10.1007/s00182-013-0387-5 fatcat:ic4zlethgzf5jljc6mu25rsnmi
That is the product of behavioral belief or outcome belief and the evaluation of the outcome of the behavior. ... Under the framework of the Expected Value Theory, attitudes can be expresses as a belief that a certain outcome may be caused by this behavior -that is, the product of behavioral beliefs or outcome beliefs ... The results show that the perceived value and attitude of leisure tourists have a significant impact on their revisit intention. ...doi:10.15240/tul/001/2019-3-010 fatcat:oxu4wg557jd6namqzraeqafnui
Taken together, the present study sets out to enrich current knowledge of the effect of destination images on tourists' intention to revisit a destination. ... As King, Chen and Funk (2015) suggested, cognitive images are quite stable over time, but affective and conative components of image are more susceptible to change. ...doi:10.1016/j.tourman.2015.09.006 fatcat:vjmdmcxhvjawtcofvvezcrlmau
Schwab held that science teaching tended to reflect science as stable inquiry in which scientific claims were passed on as irrevocable. ... Discussions Open-mindedncss Revisited: A Response to Cornel Hamm William Hare, Dalhousie University I am grateful to Cornel Hamm for having taken the time to read and review my book so carefully [Paideusis ...doi:10.7202/1073425ar fatcat:fh2ddaygyzg6xc3tfx4byogcge
Potter's American Monthly
The lives of many good and worthy people, whose temperate habits and integrity of character are beyond the pale of doubt, furnish stable ground for the belief that actual spirits, after the departure of ... Now does not the principles we have endeavored to set forth illustrate many remarkable incidents found in both modern and ancient history? ...
Beliefs as stable conjectures. (P. Bonatti). 5. Dualities betwse~ alternative semantics for logic programmlng and non-monotonic reasoning. (C. Baral and V.S. Subrahmauian). 6. ... R1 revisited: Four years in the trenches. (J. Bachant and J. McDermott). 32. Assessing the maintainability of XCON-in-RIME: Coping with the problem of a very large rule-base. (E. Soloway, J. ...doi:10.1016/0898-1221(91)90152-t fatcat:y6bryhmfxbf2xjjqta4p4grw7m
We shall therefore revisit it below, adding what we consider to be a crucial specification regarding the constituency to whom the justification of EU institutions should be addressed. ... Rawls asks how it is possible to construct a well-ordered society that is stable and capable of attracting the loyalties of adherents to a plurality of comprehensive doctrines. ...
Hendley, David; Stables, Sian & Stables, Andrew. (U Wales, Swansea, Wales) Pupils’ subject preferences at Key Stage 3 in South Wales. Educational Studies, 1996(Jun), Vol 22(2), 177-186. ... schooi” revisited: A case study of a large-scale comprehensive high school based on the campus plan. ...
EUROPE REVISITED 547 range, over-all plan, American brains and energies should join from the start in the effort to give it reality. ... If it asks Europeans like Jean Monnet, Ca- mille Gutt and Gunnar Myrdal to set to work, why not enlist Americans of similar caliber under the leadership of Will Clay- ton? ...
Nevertheless, perceived risk significantly affects the revisit intention effect via tourist satisfaction. ... So, tourist satisfaction was the significant mediator between destination image, cultural contact, perceived risk and revisit intentions. ... We also assess the possible multicollinearity concerns in the data set via SPSS. ...doi:10.3390/su14148646 fatcat:yx3ivab7gbcnfph5yx4apwlyya
The Academy and Literature
Or the Pineta Torlonia: ‘* Asphodels on the banks, As we come up, the peasants drive into * the stable, one by one, a lot of mares with their foals. ... Will a belief less dependent on history, more intimately experimental, be less efficacious? .. . Finally, isthe ...
Conditions are derived under which this process leads to convergence of the agents’ beliefs and to a stable coalition structure. ... We describe an algorithm for sequential action choice where each agent greedily stepwise maximizes its payoff given its beliefs. ...
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