Heuristic reasoning and relative incompleteness

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Treur, Jan;
(1993)
  • Publisher: Elsevier BV
  • Journal: International Journal of Approximate Reasoning,volume 8,issue 1,pages51-87 (issn: 0888-613X)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1016/s0888-613x(05)80005-2
  • Subject: Applied Mathematics | SIX | Software | decisive knowledge base | incomplete information | Statistics, Probability and Uncertainty | empirical basis | Information Systems and Management | Artificial Intelligence | Theoretical Computer Science | strategic interaction | strategic reasoning | Computer Science Applications | Statistics and Probability | diagnostic reasoning | heuristic reasoning | Electrical and Electronic Engineering | Information Systems

In this paper an approach is presented in which heuristic reasoning is interpreted as strategic reasoning. This type of reasoning enables one to derive which hypothesis to investigate, and which observable information to acquire next (to be able to verify the chosen hyp... View more
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