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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
An implemented context-based reasoning system called ATT-Meta is sketched. The system can perform both reasoning about beliefs of agents and metaphor-based reasoning. In particular, it can perform metaphor-based reasoning about beliefs and reasoning acts. The metaphor-based reasoning and belief reasoning facilities are fully integrated into a general framework for uncertain reasoning. This framework allows for uncertain reasoning and conflict resolution within individual contexts, uncertaintydoi:10.1007/3-540-48315-2_3 fatcat:246udl3ncrehtpveny4m2hdtne