A utility-valued logic for decision making

Robin Giles
1988 International Journal of Approximate Reasoning  
Abstracts entailments from data obtained from repertory grids provided by domain experts. These entailments can provide a basis for the automatic generation of rules for expert systems. Rather than the conventional distance-based cluster-analytic approaches or the more recent fuzzy set approaches, this paper proposes a logic of confirmation analysis in which repertory grid data can be viewed as a collection of two-dimensional arrays. These arrays, referred to as a planes, are used for the derivation of entailments.
doi:10.1016/0888-613x(88)90078-3 fatcat:pdagsox65za3jibr6coxpii33i