A Logic for Reasoning about Evidence

27 Jul 2014 Joseph Y. Halpern Riccardo Pucella

We introduce a logic for reasoning about evidence, that essentially views evidence as a function from prior beliefs (before making an observation) to posterior beliefs (after making the observation). We provide a sound and complete axiomatization for the logic, and consider the complexity of the decision problem... (read more)

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