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Fuzzy Answer Set Programming (FASP) is an extension of answer set programming (ASP), based on fuzzy logic. It allows to encode continuous optimization problems in the same concise manner as ASP allows to model combinatorial problems. As a result of its inherent continuity, rules in FASP may be...
The article is based on the approximate solution of a well known Lane–Emden–Fowler (LEF) equation. A trial solution of the model is formulated as an artificial feed-forward neural network containing unknown weights which are optimized in an unsupervised way. The proposed scheme is tested...
Dung’s argumentation framework consists of a set of arguments and an attack relation among them. Arguments are evaluated and acceptable sets of them, called extensions, are computed using a given semantics. Each extension represents a coherent position. In the literature, several proposals have...
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