The Rational and Computational Scope of Probabilistic Rule-Based Expert Systems

27 Mar 2013 Shimon Schocken

Belief updating schemes in artificial intelligence may be viewed as three dimensional languages, consisting of a syntax (e.g. probabilities or certainty factors), a calculus (e.g. Bayesian or CF combination rules), and a semantics (i.e. cognitive interpretations of competing formalisms). This paper studies the rational scope of those languages on the syntax and calculus grounds... (read more)

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