Catalogue of Artificial Intelligence Techniques
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Keywords: Many-valued Logic, decision making, inductive learning
Categories: Inference and Reasoning , Knowledge Representation
Author(s): L.J. Kohout
Variable-valued logic is an extension of some known many-valued logics (MVL) in two directions:
- It permits the propositions and variables in the propositions to take values from different domains, which can vary in the kind and number of elements and also in the structure relating to the elements.
- It generalises some of the traditionally used operators and adds new operators which are `most orthogonal' to the former.
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