Reasoning v. other AI stuff
L.Fine at lycos.co.uk
Thu May 1 15:51:14 EST 2003
erayo at bilkent.edu.tr (Eray Ozkural exa) wrote in message news:<fa69ae35.0305010825.5db91935 at posting.google.com>...
> L.Fine at lycos.co.uk (Acme Debugging) wrote in message news:<35fae540.0304301838.331baf94 at posting.google.com>...
> > Thanks for the references. Actually, I'm not looking for any logic
> > system, just saying that logic used in most real-world reasoning
> > needs to incorporate probability. I think different logic(s) will be
> > needed for different types of questions. I would favor just a few
> > simple probability calculations in a first-step reasoner, though it
> > might run out of applications pretty fast.
>Note that multi-valued logic is equivalent in power to classical
>logic. That _naturally_ includes fuzzy logic.
Understand this part.
> So the answer to your
>question must necessarily lie elsewhere....
Don't understand this part. Could you repeat the question?
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