Preferences as inconsistency-resolvers: The Inconsistency-adaptive Logic PRL
AbstractIn this paper I generalize the new approach to nonmonotonic reasoning that was presented in . This generalization results in the inconsistency-adaptive logic PRL (PR stands for preference-based reliability strategy). I give proof theory, semantics, mention interesting properties, and comment on the reconstruction and amelioration of other nonmonotonic logics and mechanisms.
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