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Revising Probabilistic Prolog Programs
[chapter]

2007
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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
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Here, we define

doi:10.1007/978-3-540-73847-3_7
fatcat:eawkno5nxvgvhiozhjte3pdaiu
*and*study the problem of*revising*ProbLog*theories*from examples. ... In a recently submitted paper [1], the ProbLog (probabilistic prolog) language has been introduced*and*various algorithms have been developed for solving*and*approximating ProbLog queries. ... Conclusion We have introduced a new type of*theory**revision*problem involving probabilistic*theories**and*sketched an algorithm for solving it. ...##
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On the use of stochastic local search techniques to revise first-order logic theories from examples

2016
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Machine Learning
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*Theory*

*Revision*from Examples is the process of repairing incorrect

*theories*

*and*/or improving incomplete

*theories*from a set of examples. ... This process usually results in more accurate

*and*comprehensible

*theories*than purely inductive learning. ... We would like to thank all the authors of previous work that made their systems

*and*datasets publicly available. ...

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Introduction to the special issue "Beliefs in Groups" of Theory and Decision

2018
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Theory and Decision
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fourth contribution,

doi:10.1007/s11238-018-9654-z
fatcat:3c5dpsop5jdqrlmtkekkenlwea
*and*qualitative*probabilities*('*probability*grades') in the fifth contribution. ... This symposium in the overlap of philosophy*and*decision*theory*is described well by its title "Beliefs in Groups". Each word in the title matters, with one intended ambiguity. ... Compliance with ethical standards Funding Funding was provided by Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR)*and*Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) (ColAForm). ...##
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When is an Example a Counterexample?
[article]

2013
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arXiv
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pre-print

We suggest that the example is better seen as a failure to apply the

arXiv:1310.6432v1
fatcat:hnbtyhbc4zfbpjnmmnq3llw3w4
*theory*of belief*revision*in sufficient detail. ... The main contribution is conceptual aiming at the literature on the philosophical foundations of the AGM*theory*of belief*revision*[1]. ... The key step is to forge a connection between the AGM*theory*of belief*revision**and*nonstandard*probability*measures. ...##
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The Probability of a Possibility: Adding Uncertainty to Default Rules
[chapter]

1993
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Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence
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We also show how our system can be viewed as a unification of

doi:10.1016/b978-1-4832-1451-1.50060-3
fatcat:2s23ivvf55grxau7g3fwsqujhi
*probability**theory**and*possi bility*theory*, highlighting their orthogonality*and*providing a means for expressing the*probability*of a possibility ... Thus, our system accounts for the best properties of qualitative methods of update (in particular, the AGM*theory*of*revision*)*and*probabilistic meth ods. ... In this sense, our logic is a unification of*probability**theory**and*possibility*theory*that highlights their orthogonality*and*adds to possibility*theory*the means to express the*probability*of a possibility ...##
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Is the mind Bayesian? The case for agnosticism

2006
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Mind & Society
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They regard (i) the background of

doi:10.1007/s11299-006-0007-1
fatcat:y6ppplqkpjg7tlhwpixsdihntu
*revision*(the Bayesian model considers only*revising*situations but not updating situations),*and*(ii) the notorious case of the null priors. ... for it to be the basis of a*probability*judgment by individual participants. ... Acknowledgments The authors thank Denis Hilton, David Over*and*Steve Sloman for their comments on various drafts of this paper. ...##
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MODELING PARTIAL IGNORANCE IN ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE APPLICATIONS

2005
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Environment Technology Resources Proceedings of the International Scientific and Practical Conference
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This study aims to extend

doi:10.17770/etr2005vol1.2151
fatcat:3kqynm2tefa6zfy4apb3uqdahq
*and*deepen a survey of modern extensions of*probability**theory*represented in [6, 7]. ... The classical*probability**theory*possesses rather limited possibilities*and*cannot cope with situations of partial ignorance. Other approaches are required allowing one to solve tasks of that kind. ... In*probability**theory*, both G-*revision**and*F-*revision*are implemented by means of Bayes' theorem. ...##
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Paradigms, possibilities, and probabilities: Comment on Hinterecker, Knauff, and Johnson-Laird (2016)

2019
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Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition
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Hinterecker, Knauff,

doi:10.1037/xlm0000586
pmid:30688496
fatcat:pxcq7zmhxbdrled4i5pw3mnbou
*and*Johnson-Laird (2016) compared the adequacy of the probabilistic new paradigm in reasoning with the recent*revision*of mental models*theory*(MMT) for explaining a novel class of ... It is also argued that the*revision*of MMT is not well motivated*and*its adoption leads to many logical absurdities. ... No computational level*theory*of*revised*MMT. ...##
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Page 1044 of The American Economic Review Vol. 40, Issue 5
[page]

1950
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The American Economic Review
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*and*up to date information on the United Nations*and*the International Trade Organization.*probably*704 pp. $425 MONEY*AND*BANKING,*Revised*Raymond P. ... Kent, Univ. of Notre Dame As in the original edition, this*revision*maintains a balance between the discussion of monetary*and*banking*theory*,*and*the description of banking institutions. ...##
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Taking Advantage of Difference in Opinion

2006
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Episteme: A journal of individual and social epistemology
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In particular, it argues that rational individual

doi:10.3366/epi.2006.3.3.141
fatcat:puywwf37ifazlhvvjn72dka7q4
*revision*of opinion implies that aggregation problems are unstable in a certain sense*and*that solving them by exploiting the information embedded in individual ... ABSTRACTDiversity of opinion both presents problems*and*affords opportunities. Differences of opinion can stand in the way of reaching an agreement within a group on what decisions to take. ... Answers to this question are given by*theories*of*revision*: Bayesian conditioning models for*probability**revision*are perhaps the best known -see Joyce [11] -but there are also well developed*theories*...##
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Probability and statistics: 5 questions

2010
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ChoiceReviews
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How do you conceive of the relationship between

doi:10.5860/choice.47-5706
fatcat:l4wi5ghmcnc65k6kja7l2gebtu
*probability**theory**and*/or statistics*and*other disciplines? ... What do you consider the most neglected topics*and*/or contributions in*probability**theory**and*/or statistics? ...##
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Revising de Broglie-Bohm trajectories' momentum distribution
[article]

2022
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arXiv
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pre-print

For this purpose, we use the de Broglie-Bohm

arXiv:2201.05971v1
fatcat:tt6rtw6nvjc7ppr7zmqoafnxv4
*theory**and*the*revised**theory*. The results are compared in position*and*in momentum space. ... This is not fulfilled by either the de Broglie-Bohm*theory*or the*revised**theory*. ...##
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Bias-Driven Revision of Logical Domain Theories

1994
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The Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research
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The

doi:10.1613/jair.27
fatcat:dg72tshzjrakvkzvd3dqcbgaqy
*theory**revision*problem is the problem of how best to go about*revising*a deficient domain*theory*using information contained in examples that expose inaccuracies. ... PTR is proved to converge to a*theory*which correctly classifies all examples,*and*shown experimentally to be fast*and*accurate even for deep*theories*. ... The authors also wish to thank the JAIR reviewers for their exceptionally prompt*and*helpful remarks. ...##
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Heuristics and normative models of judgment under uncertainty

1996
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International Journal of Approximate Reasoning
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This paper argues that

doi:10.1016/0888-613x(95)00091-t
fatcat:t4etiifnljb3pdvlmcnz5nivse
*probability**theory*has limitations even as a normatiue model. ... KEYWORDS: subjective*probability*, normative*and*descriptive models, heuristics*and*bias, insufficient knowledge*and*resources, nonaxiomatic reasoning system. ... do (according to*probability**theory*)*and*what we do (according to psychological experiments). ...##
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Page 10 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 90I
[page]

1990
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Mathematical Reviews
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In the probabilistic case, belief states are modelled by

*probability*functions*and*belief*revision*(or, better,*probability**revision*) by mappings from*probability*functions to*probability*functions. ... if, for some P in P, A=t(P)*and*B = t(P*x), where P is the set of all possible*probability*functions, ¢(P) is the “top” of P*and** is a*probability**revision*operation. ...
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