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Information fusion in logic: A brief overview

Cholvy, L; Hunter, A; (1997) Information fusion in logic: A brief overview. In: Gabbay, DM and Kruse, R and Nonnengart, A and Ohlbach, HJ, (eds.) QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE PRACTICAL REASONING. (pp. 86 - 95). SPRINGER-VERLAG BERLIN

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Information fusion is the process of deriving a single consistent knowledgebase from multiple knowledgebases. This process is important in many cognitive tasks such as decision-making, planning, design, and specification, that can involve collecting information from a number of potentially conflicting perspectives or sources, or participants. In this brief overview, we focus on the problem of inconsistencies arising in information fusion. In the following, we consider reasoning with inconsistencies, acting on inconsistencies, and resolving inconsistencies.

Type: Proceedings paper
Title: Information fusion in logic: A brief overview
Event: 1st International Joint Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Practical Reasoning (ECSQARU-FAPR 97)
Dates: 1997-06-09 - 1997-06-12
ISBN: 3-540-63095-3
URI: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/128657
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