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Elizabeth Black, Anthony Hunter and Jeff Pan. An Argument-based Approach to Using Multiple Ontologies

 

Leila Amgoud and Philippe Besnard. Bridging the gap between abstract argumentation systems and logic

 

Zoulficar Younes, Fahed Abdallah and Thierry Denoeux. An Evidence-Theoretic k-Nearest Neighbor Rule for Multi-Label Classification

 

Salem Benferhat, Sylvain Lagrue and Julien Rossit. An Analysis of Sum-Based Incommensurable Belief Base Merging

 

Matteo Magnani and Danilo Montesi. Towards relational schema uncertainty

 

Emad Saad. Probabilistic Planning with Imperfect Sensing Actions using Hybrid Probabilistic Logic Programs

 

Emad Saad. Extended Fuzzy Logic Programs with Fuzzy Answer Set Semantics

 

Yang Xiang, Yu Li and Zoe Jingyu Zhu. Towards Effective Elicitation of NIN-AND Tree Causal Models

 

Hui Wan and Michael Kifer. Query Answering in Belief Logic Programming

 

Steven Schockaert, Jeroen Janssen, Dirk Vermeir and Martine De Cock. Finite Satisfiability in Infinite-Valued Lukasiewicz Logic

 

Patrick Bosc, Olivier Pivert and Henri Prade. A Model Based on Possibilistic Certainty Levels for Incomplete Databases

 

Irma Veldman, Ander de Keijzer and Maurice van Keulen. Compression of Probabilistic XML Documents

 

Philippe Chassy and Henri Prade. Making sense of a sequence of events: A psychologically supported AI implementation

 

Matthew Horridge, Bijan Parsia and Ulrike Sattler. Explaining Inconsistencies in OWL Ontologies

 

Pavel Klinov and Bijan Parsia. On Improving the Scalability of Checking Satisfiability in Probabilistic Description Logics

 

Austin Parker, VS Subrahmanian and John Grant. Fast and Accurate Prediction of the Destination of Moving Objects

 

Marcela Capobianco and Guillermo Simari. A Proposal for Making Argumentation Computationally Capable of Handling Large Repositories of Uncertain Data

 

Alessandro Antonucci and Piatti Alberto. Modeling unreliable observations in Bayesian networks by credal networks

 

Azzurra Ragone, Tommaso Di Noia, Francesco M Donini, Eugenio Di Sciascio and Michael Wellman. Weighted Description Logics preference formulas for multiattribute negotiation

 

Pere Pardo. Aggregation of Trust for Iterated Belief Revision in Probabilistic Logics

 

Salem Benferhat, Didier Dubois and Henri Prade. Intervention in possibilistic logic

 

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