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Model Theory – Non-monotonic Semantics (4)

  • One more example to illustrate the difference between the example setting and the non-monotonic setting
  • Consider:
    • Background theory B
        bird(tweety) ←
        bird(oliver) ←
    • Examples E+:
        flies(tweety)

 

    • For the non-monotonic setting B’ = B ∪ E+ because positive examples are considered part of the background knowledge

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