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Belief Revision
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    • Belief Revision is a ubiquitous process under­ lying many forms of intelligent behaviour. The AGM paradigm is a powerful framework for modeling and implementing belief revision sys­ tems based on the principle of Minimal Change; it provides a rich and rigorous foundation for computer-based belief revision architectures. Maxi-adjustment is a belief revision strategy for theory bases that can be implemented using a standard theorem prover, and one that has been used successfully for several applications...

    Mary-anne Williams. Anytime Belief Revision

    • Belief revision is the process of rearranging a knowledge base to preserve global consistency while acc omodating incoming information. Early approaches to belief revision used symbolic model-theoretic, considering the problem as one of changing a logical theory. More recent approaches have a dopted qu alitative syntactic methods, taking them into the a rea of "truth maintenance systems", and numerical m athematical m ethods, thus moving into the mainstream literature of uncertainty management...

    ALDO FRANCO DRAGONI. Belief revision: from theory to practice

    • Belief revision is the process of revising beliefs in light of new information. Belief contraction is the process of giving up beliefs to make them consistent with new information. The Levi and Harper Identities provide constructions of revisions and contractions i n t e r m so fe a c ho t h e r . T h i sp a p e r g i v e sn e c e s s a r y a n ds u c i e n t conditions for when revisions can be constructed from contractions, and contractions from revisions. I relate these conditions to other well-known principles for belief revision and contraction...

    Oliver Schulte. How do the Harper and Levi Identities Constrain Belief Change?

    • Belief revision is an important task for designing intelligent systems. In the possibility theory framework, considerable work has addressed revising beliefs in a possibilistic logic framework while only few works have addressed a possibilistic revision process in graphical-based frameworks. In particular, belief revision of causal product-based possibilistic networks which are the possibilistic counterparts of probabilistic causal networks has not yet been addressed...

    Salem Benferhatet al. Belief Revision of Product-Based Causal Possibilistic Networks

    • Belief revision is the process of changing beliefs to adapt the epistemic state of an agent to a new piece of information. The logical formalization of belief revision is a topic of research in philosophy, logic, and in computer science, in areas such as databases or artificial intelligence...

    Marcelo Alejandro Falappaet al. Belief Revision and Argumentation Theory

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