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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We address the problem of integrating information coming from different sources. The information consists of facts that a central server collects and tries to combine using (a) a set of logical rules, i.e. a logic program, and (b) a hypothesis representing the server's own estimates. In such a setting incomplete information from a source or contradictory information from different sources necessitate the use of many-valued logics in which programs can be evaluated and hypotheses can be tested.doi:10.1007/3-540-44929-9_37 fatcat:24htsmdsmbf3leij33oqfzcrqa