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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
At CONTEXT'99, the author described the ATT-Meta context-based system for (a) reasoning uncertainly about agents' beliefs and (b) performing some of the uncertain reasoning needed for the understanding of metaphorical language. ATT-Meta's handling of uncertainty is qualitative, and includes provisions for adjudicating conflicts between different lines of reasoning. But most of the detail on conflict-handling given in the earlier paper concerned conflicts arising for the special requirements ofdoi:10.1007/3-540-44607-9_2 fatcat:oolieqmqqjdujn3mgyc5kxg6pe