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Do We Need Paraconsistency in Commonsense Reasoning?

Joke Meheus UGent (2003) Computer Modeling of Scientific Reasoning. p.135-145
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Computer Modeling of Scientific Reasoning
editor
C Delrieux and J Legris
pages
135-145 pages
publisher
EdiUNS
ISBN
987-9281-89-6
UGent publication?
yes
classification
C1
id
285347
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-285347
date created
2004-05-24 19:09:00
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2016-12-19 15:35:50
@inproceedings{285347,
  author       = {Meheus, Joke},
  booktitle    = {Computer Modeling of Scientific Reasoning},
  editor       = {Delrieux, C and Legris, J},
  isbn         = {987-9281-89-6},
  pages        = {135--145},
  publisher    = {EdiUNS},
  title        = {Do We Need Paraconsistency in Commonsense Reasoning?},
  year         = {2003},
}

Chicago
Meheus, Joke. 2003. “Do We Need Paraconsistency in Commonsense Reasoning?” In Computer Modeling of Scientific Reasoning, ed. C Delrieux and J Legris, 135–145. EdiUNS.
APA
Meheus, J. (2003). Do We Need Paraconsistency in Commonsense Reasoning? In C Delrieux & J. Legris (Eds.), Computer Modeling of Scientific Reasoning (pp. 135–145). EdiUNS.
Vancouver
1.
Meheus J. Do We Need Paraconsistency in Commonsense Reasoning? In: Delrieux C, Legris J, editors. Computer Modeling of Scientific Reasoning. EdiUNS; 2003. p. 135–45.
MLA
Meheus, Joke. “Do We Need Paraconsistency in Commonsense Reasoning?” Computer Modeling of Scientific Reasoning. Ed. C Delrieux & J Legris. EdiUNS, 2003. 135–145. Print.