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Adaptive logics: a parametric approach

(2014) LOGIC JOURNAL OF THE IGPL. 22(6). p.905-932
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Adaptive logics (ALs) in standard format are defined in terms of a monotonic core logic L, a distinct set of 'abnormal' formulas Omega and a strategy, which can be either reliability or minimal abnormality. In this article we we ask under which conditions the consequence relation of two ALs that use the same strategy are identical, and when one is a proper subrelation of the other. This results in a number of sufficient (and sometimes necessary) conditions on L and Omega which apply to all ALs in standard format. In addition, we translate our results to the closely related family of default assumption consequence relations.
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INFERENCE, STANDARD FORMAT, MODELS, Adaptive logics, standard format, default assumptions, metatheory, nonmonotonic logic

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Van De Putte, Frederik, and Christian Strasser. 2014. “Adaptive Logics: a Parametric Approach.” Logic Journal of the Igpl 22 (6): 905–932.
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Van De Putte, Frederik, & Strasser, C. (2014). Adaptive logics: a parametric approach. LOGIC JOURNAL OF THE IGPL, 22(6), 905–932.
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Van De Putte F, Strasser C. Adaptive logics: a parametric approach. LOGIC JOURNAL OF THE IGPL. 2014;22(6):905–32.
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Van De Putte, Frederik, and Christian Strasser. “Adaptive Logics: a Parametric Approach.” LOGIC JOURNAL OF THE IGPL 22.6 (2014): 905–932. Print.
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  abstract     = {Adaptive logics (ALs) in standard format are defined in terms of a monotonic core logic L, a distinct set of 'abnormal' formulas Omega and a strategy, which can be either reliability or minimal abnormality. In this article we we ask under which conditions the consequence relation of two ALs that use the same strategy are identical, and when one is a proper subrelation of the other. This results in a number of sufficient (and sometimes necessary) conditions on L and Omega which apply to all ALs in standard format. In addition, we translate our results to the closely related family of default assumption consequence relations.},
  author       = {Van De Putte, Frederik and Strasser, Christian},
  issn         = {1367-0751},
  journal      = {LOGIC JOURNAL OF THE IGPL},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {905--932},
  title        = {Adaptive logics: a parametric approach},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jigpal/jzu017},
  volume       = {22},
  year         = {2014},
}

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