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Title: Belief change
Authors: Booth, R
Meyer, T
Keywords: Logic-based belief change
Classical propositional logic
Underlying logic
Principle of minimal change
Belief contraction
Belief revision
Philosophical research
Issue Date: Aug-2011
Publisher: Indian Council of Philosophical Research
Citation: Booth, R and Meyer, T. 2011. Belief change. Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research, Vol 27(2), pp 379-412
Series/Report no.: Workflow request;7234
Abstract: In this paper the authors present a brief overview of belief change, a research area concerned with the question of how a rational agent ought to change its mind in the face of new, possibly conflicting, information. The authors limit themselves to logic-based belief change, with a particular emphasis on classical propositional logic as the underlying logic in which beliefs are to be represented. Their intention is to provide the reader with a basic introduction to the work done in this area over the past 30 years. In doing so they hope to sketch the main historical results, provide appropriate pointers to further references, and discuss some current developments. The authors trust that this will spur on the interested reader to learn more about the topic, and perhaps to join them in the further development of this exciting field of research.
Description: Copyright: 2011 Indian Council of Philosophical Research
URI: http://staff.science.uva.nl/~ssimon/indjournal/pdf/meyer.pdf
http://hdl.handle.net/10204/5264
ISSN: 0970-7794
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