The European Workshop on Logics in Artificial Intelligence was held at the Centre for Mathematics and Computer Science in Amsterdam, September 10-14, 1990. This volume includes the 29 papers selected and presented at the workshop together with 7 invited papers. The main themes are: - Logic programming and automated theorem proving, - Computational semantics for natural language, - Applications of non-classical logics, - Partial and dynamic logics.
Commonsense entailment: A modal theory of nonmonotonic reasoning.- Gaggle theory: An abstraction of Galois connections and residuation, with applications to negation, implication, and various logical operators.- Belief revision and nonmonotonic logic: Two sides of the same coin?.- Two theories of dynamic semantics.- What is a Horn clause in partial logic?.- Semantic interpretation as higher-order deduction.- Action logic and pure induction.- Loop checking and negation.- On generative capacity of the Lambek calculus.- Extending resolution for model construction.- A first order logic of truth, knowledge and belief.- The optimal model of a program with negation.- NM3 - A three-valued cumulative non-monotonic formalism.- Constructive matching - A methodology for inductive theorem proving.- Deductive inference operations.- A constraint logic approach to modal deduction.- Dynamic semantics and VP-ellipsis.- Systems for knowledge and beliefs.- Awareness, negation and Logical omniscience.- Theoretical circumscription in partial modal logic.- A logical basis for object oriented programming.- A computationally attractive first-order logic of belief.- Polymorphic constructs in natural and programming languages.- The net-clause language - A tool for data-driven inference.- The logical compilation of knowledge bases.- Non-monotonic reasoning by monotonic means.- Anaphora and the logic of change.- Towards automatic autoepistemic reasoning.- Towards a connection procedure with built in theories.- On the equivalence of deferred substitution and immediate substitution semantics for Logic Programs.- Towards a formal theory of intentions.- Note on effective constructibility of resolution proof systems.- The logic of objective knowledge and rational belief.- A complete logic for autoepistemic membership.- Doxastic preference logic.- Partial semantics for truth maintenance.
Series: Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence
Number Of Pages: 569
Published: 26th February 1991
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 0.81