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The recently introduced Datalog+ / − family of ontology languages is especially useful for representing and reasoning over lightweight ontologies, and is set to play a central role in the context of query answering and information extraction for the Semantic Web. Recently, it has become apparent...
Argumentation in AI provides an inconsistency-tolerant formalism capable of establishing those pieces of knowledge that can be accepted despite having information in contradiction. Computation of accepted arguments tends to be expensive; in order to alleviate this issue, we propose a...
The aim of this paper is to propose an argumentation-based defeasible logic, called t-DeLP, that focuses on forward temporal reasoning for causal inference. We extend the language of the DeLP logical framework by associating temporal parameters to literals. A temporal logic program is a set of...
In this paper we introduce confluence operators, that are inspired by the existing links between belief revision, update and merging operators. Roughly, update operators can be considered as pointwise revision, whereas revision operators can be considered as special case of merging operators....
Argumentation is a promising approach for defeasible reasoning. It consists of justifying each plausible conclusion by arguments. Since the available information may be inconsistent, a conclusion and its negation may both be justified. The arguments are thus said to be conflicting. The main...
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