Derivability of rules from rule complexes
Keywordsrule complex, derivability of rules, activation of rules, (in)consistency of a rule complex, generalized game theory
AbstractIn the paper we focus upon the problem of derivability of rules from rule complexes. The notion of a rule complex is the main mathematical notion of generalized game theory (GGT for short). Derivability of rules, as defined here, comprises the concept of an extension from a default theory  as well as the classical notion of derivability of rules in logic. The idea of localness of reasoning, reasoning with a limited access to rules, is realized by the concept of relative derivability. Starting with derivability of rules, we next touch upon the questions of the activation of rules and (in)consistency of rule complexes.
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