
...this pa per, we propose a lexicographic inference for partially pre ordered belief bases that extends the classical one. on one hand, we define a natural inference relation which consists in applying classical lexicographic inference from all compat ible totally preordered belief bases. on the other hand, we...

...compare unrelated pieces of information. a number of inference relations for reasoning from partially
preordered belief bases have been proposed. this paper sheds light on the following approaches: the partial binary lexicographic
inference, the compatiblebased lexicographic inference, the democratic inference, the compatiblebased inclusion inference,
the strong possibilistic inference and the weak possibilistic inference...

...paper sheds light on the lexicographic inference from stratified belief bases which is known to have...extended to deal with the lexicographical closure inference which takes an important place in default reasoning.
furthermore, unlike the existing compilation approaches of the lexicographic inference, ours can be efficiently parametrized...

...been proposed. the paper presents
a new framework for revising partially preordered information, called partially preordered removed sets revision (pprsr).
the...of non ordered or totally preordered information
is extended to partial preorders. the removed sets are efficiently computed thanks to a suitable encoding of the revision...

...this case, the definition of a shared vocabulary describing the different...analyzers using the socalled partial lexicographic inference....

...this case, the definition of a shared vocabulary describing the different...inconsistencies using the socalled partial lexicographic inference....

...possibilistic logic offers a unified framework for revising prioritized pieces of information and for reasoning with conditional
knowledge bases. a conditional assertion of the form...in identifying conditions under which a partially
ordered belief base can be encoded as a set of conditional assertions, and...

...has identified several important criteria for preferring alternative default inferences. the theories of reasoning based on each of these criteria may uniformly be viewed as theories of rational inference, in which the reasoner selects maximally preferred states of belief. though researchers have noted some...

...conditional knowledge bases have been proposed as belief bases that include defeasible rules (also...default reasoning from conditional knowledge bases: given a conditional knowledge base and a default , does entail ? we classify the complexity of this problem for a number of wellknown approaches...

...conditional knowledge bases have been pro posed as belief bases that include defeasible rules (also...reasoning from con ditional knowledge bases: given a conditional knowledge base and a default , does entail ? we classify the complex ity of this problem for a number of wellknown approaches...