Inference Policies

27 Mar 2013Paul E. Lehner

It is suggested that an AI inference system should reflect an inference policy that is tailored to the domain of problems to which it is applied -- and furthermore that an inference policy need not conform to any general theory of rational inference or induction. We note, for instance, that Bayesian reasoning about the probabilistic characteristics of an inference domain may result in the specification of an nonBayesian procedure for reasoning within the inference domain... (read more)

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