|Title||Logics for approximate entailment in ordered universes of discourse|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Authors||Vetterlein T, Esteva F, Godo L|
|Journal||International Journal of Approximate Reasoning|
The Logic of Approximate Entailment (LAE) is a graded counterpart of classical propositional calculus, where conclusions that are only approximately correct can be drawn. This is achieved by equipping the underlying set of possible worlds with a similarity relation. When using this logic in applications, however, a disadvantage must be accepted; namely, in LAE it is not possible to combine conclusions in a conjunctive way. In order to overcome this drawback, we propose in this paper a modification of LAE where, at the semantic level, the underlying set of worlds is moreover endowed with an order structure. The chosen framework is designed in view of possible applications.
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