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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Salem Benferhat, Didier Dubois, Henri Prade
    Pages 17-24
  3. Francesco Bergadano, Vincenzo Cutello
    Pages 25-32
  4. Remco R. Bouckaert
    Pages 49-56
  5. Luis M. de Campos, Juan F. Huete
    Pages 57-64
  6. Maria R. Cravo, João P. Martins
    Pages 65-72
  7. J. C. Cubero, J. M. Medina, M. A. Vila
    Pages 73-78
  8. Morten Elvang-Gøransson, Paul J. Krause, John Fox
    Pages 85-90
  9. Joeri Engelfriet, Jan Treur
    Pages 91-96
  10. L. Fariñas del Cerro, A. Herzig
    Pages 105-112
  11. Christophe Fouqueré, Jacqueline Vauzeilles
    Pages 121-128
  12. Dov Gabbay, Anthony Hunter
    Pages 137-144
  13. Olivier Gasquet, Andreas Herzig
    Pages 145-150
  14. Jörg Gebhardt, Rudolf Kruse
    Pages 151-159
  15. Silviu Guiasu
    Pages 168-173
  16. Mike Hopkins
    Pages 174-179
  17. Juan F. Huete, Luis M. de Campos
    Pages 180-185
  18. Kohler Arnaud
    Pages 199-204
  19. Otakar Kříž
    Pages 205-212
  20. P. Larrañaga, Y. Yurramendi
    Pages 227-232
  21. F. Lévy
    Pages 233-240
  22. Weiru Liu, Alan Bundy, Dave Robertson
    Pages 241-248
  23. Weiru Liu, Alan Bundy, Dave Robertson
    Pages 249-256
  24. J. -J. Ch. Meyer, W. van der Hoek
    Pages 265-273
  25. Teow-Hin Ngair, Gregory Provan
    Pages 282-289
  26. Masoud Noormohammadian, Ulrich G. Oppel
    Pages 290-295
  27. Odile Papini, Antoine Rauzy
    Pages 296-303
  28. Torsten Schaub
    Pages 310-317
  29. Prakash P. Shenoy
    Pages 318-325
  30. Nic Wilson
    Pages 372-379

About these proceedings

Introduction

In recent years it has become apparent that an important part of the theory of artificial intelligence is concerned with reasoning on the basis of uncertain, incomplete, or inconsistent information. A variety of formalisms have been developed, including nonmonotonic logic, fuzzy sets, possibility theory, belief functions, and dynamic models of reasoning such as belief revision and Bayesian networks. Several European research projects have been formed in the area and the first European conference was held in 1991. This volume contains the papers accepted for presentation at ECSQARU-93, the European Conference on Symbolicand Quantitative Approaches to Reasoning and Uncertainty, held at the University of Granada, Spain, November 8-10, 1993.

Keywords

Bayesian network Dynamic Reasoning Dynamisches Schließen Fuzzy Mengen Fuzzy Sets Möglichkeitstheorie Nichtmonotone Logik Possibility Theory artificial intelligence constraint satisfaction problem expert system intelligence knowledge base learning probabilistic network

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/BFb0028174
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1993
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-57395-1
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-48130-0
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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