Inferences with Ignorance.

By: Peliš, MichalPublisher: Prague : Charles University in Prague, Karolinum Press, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (110 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9788024631936Subject(s): Question (Logic)Genre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Inferences with Ignorance: Logics of QuestionsDDC classification: 160 LOC classification: BC199.Q4.P455 2016Online resources: Click to View
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COVER -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- STRUCTURE OF THE BOOK -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- 1. LOGIC AND QUESTIONS -- 1.1 QUESTIONS, ANSWERS, AND INFERENCES -- 1.1.1 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS -- 1.1.2 INFERENCES WITH QUESTIONS -- 1.2 SET-OF-ANSWERS METHODOLOGY -- 1.2.1 SEMANTICS OF QUESTIONS -- 1.2.2 SETS OF ANSWERS -- 1.3 SAM IN THE RECENT HISTORY OF EROTETIC LOGIC -- 1.3.1 INFERENTIAL EROTETIC LOGIC -- 1.3.2 INTENSIONAL EROTETIC LOGIC -- 1.4 EPISTEMIC ASPECTS OF SAM -- 1.4.1 I DON'T KNOW ANSWER -- 2. CONSEQUENCE RELATIONS ININFERENTIAL EROTETIC LOGIC -- 2.1 INTRODUCTION -- 2.1.1 ADAPTED SET-OF-ANSWERS METHODOLOGY IN IEL -- 2.1.2 CONSEQUENCE RELATIONS IN IEL -- 2.1.3 MODEL-BASED APPROACH -- 2.1.4 BASIC PROPERTIES OF QUESTIONS -- 2.2 QUESTIONS AND DECLARATIVES -- 2.2.1 EVOCATION -- 2.2.2 PRESUPPOSITIONS -- 2.3 QUESTIONS AND QUESTIONS -- 2.3.1 EROTETIC IMPLICATION -- 2.3.2 EVOCATION AND EROTETIC IMPLICATION -- 2.3.3 COMPARING QUESTIONS: RELATIONS BETWEEN QUESTIONSBASED ON DIRECT ANSWERS -- 2.3.4 QUESTIONS AND SETS OF QUESTIONS -- 2.4 INFERENTIAL EROTETIC LOGIC (FINAL REMARKS) -- 3. EPISTEMIC LOGICWITH QUESTIONS -- 3.1 INTRODUCTION -- 3.2 SINGLE-AGENT PROPOSITIONAL EPISTEMIC LOGICAND QUESTIONS -- 3.2.1 INCORPORATING QUESTIONS -- 3.2.2 SOME IMPORTANT CLASSES OF QUESTIONS -- 3.3 EPISTEMIC EROTETIC IMPLICATION -- 3.4 ASKABILITY AND ANSWERHOOD -- 3.5 CONTEXT -- 3.6 IMPLIED QUESTIONS -- 4. A STEP TOWARDSTHE DYNAMIZATIONOF EROTETIC LOGIC -- 4.1 INTRODUCTION -- 4.2 MULTI-AGENT PROPOSITIONAL EPISTEMIC LOGIC WITHQUESTIONS -- 4.2.1 GROUP EPISTEMIC MODALITIES -- 4.2.2 GROUP QUESTIONS AND ANSWERHOOD -- 4.3 PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT -- 4.3.1 UPDATES AND QUESTIONS -- 4.3.2 PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT AND ANSWERHOOD -- 4.3.3 ANSWER MINING IN A GROUP -- 4.4 PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT LOGIC WITH QUESTIONS(FINAL REMARKS) -- 5.CONCLUSION -- 5.1 THE STARTING POINT: SAM -- 5.2 MAIN RESULTS.
5.3 WEAK POINTS AND PROBLEMS -- 5.3.1 SAM AND CONTEXT CONDITION OF ASKABILITY -- 5.3.2 ASKABILITY AND BELIEF -- 5.3.3 INFERENCES WITH QUESTIONS -- 5.3.4 QUESTIONS AMONG DIRECT ANSWERS -- 5.4 RELATED WORK -- 5.5 FUTURE DIRECTIONS (SOME OF THEM) -- BIBLIOGRAPHY.
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COVER -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- STRUCTURE OF THE BOOK -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- 1. LOGIC AND QUESTIONS -- 1.1 QUESTIONS, ANSWERS, AND INFERENCES -- 1.1.1 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS -- 1.1.2 INFERENCES WITH QUESTIONS -- 1.2 SET-OF-ANSWERS METHODOLOGY -- 1.2.1 SEMANTICS OF QUESTIONS -- 1.2.2 SETS OF ANSWERS -- 1.3 SAM IN THE RECENT HISTORY OF EROTETIC LOGIC -- 1.3.1 INFERENTIAL EROTETIC LOGIC -- 1.3.2 INTENSIONAL EROTETIC LOGIC -- 1.4 EPISTEMIC ASPECTS OF SAM -- 1.4.1 I DON'T KNOW ANSWER -- 2. CONSEQUENCE RELATIONS ININFERENTIAL EROTETIC LOGIC -- 2.1 INTRODUCTION -- 2.1.1 ADAPTED SET-OF-ANSWERS METHODOLOGY IN IEL -- 2.1.2 CONSEQUENCE RELATIONS IN IEL -- 2.1.3 MODEL-BASED APPROACH -- 2.1.4 BASIC PROPERTIES OF QUESTIONS -- 2.2 QUESTIONS AND DECLARATIVES -- 2.2.1 EVOCATION -- 2.2.2 PRESUPPOSITIONS -- 2.3 QUESTIONS AND QUESTIONS -- 2.3.1 EROTETIC IMPLICATION -- 2.3.2 EVOCATION AND EROTETIC IMPLICATION -- 2.3.3 COMPARING QUESTIONS: RELATIONS BETWEEN QUESTIONSBASED ON DIRECT ANSWERS -- 2.3.4 QUESTIONS AND SETS OF QUESTIONS -- 2.4 INFERENTIAL EROTETIC LOGIC (FINAL REMARKS) -- 3. EPISTEMIC LOGICWITH QUESTIONS -- 3.1 INTRODUCTION -- 3.2 SINGLE-AGENT PROPOSITIONAL EPISTEMIC LOGICAND QUESTIONS -- 3.2.1 INCORPORATING QUESTIONS -- 3.2.2 SOME IMPORTANT CLASSES OF QUESTIONS -- 3.3 EPISTEMIC EROTETIC IMPLICATION -- 3.4 ASKABILITY AND ANSWERHOOD -- 3.5 CONTEXT -- 3.6 IMPLIED QUESTIONS -- 4. A STEP TOWARDSTHE DYNAMIZATIONOF EROTETIC LOGIC -- 4.1 INTRODUCTION -- 4.2 MULTI-AGENT PROPOSITIONAL EPISTEMIC LOGIC WITHQUESTIONS -- 4.2.1 GROUP EPISTEMIC MODALITIES -- 4.2.2 GROUP QUESTIONS AND ANSWERHOOD -- 4.3 PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT -- 4.3.1 UPDATES AND QUESTIONS -- 4.3.2 PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT AND ANSWERHOOD -- 4.3.3 ANSWER MINING IN A GROUP -- 4.4 PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT LOGIC WITH QUESTIONS(FINAL REMARKS) -- 5.CONCLUSION -- 5.1 THE STARTING POINT: SAM -- 5.2 MAIN RESULTS.

5.3 WEAK POINTS AND PROBLEMS -- 5.3.1 SAM AND CONTEXT CONDITION OF ASKABILITY -- 5.3.2 ASKABILITY AND BELIEF -- 5.3.3 INFERENCES WITH QUESTIONS -- 5.3.4 QUESTIONS AMONG DIRECT ANSWERS -- 5.4 RELATED WORK -- 5.5 FUTURE DIRECTIONS (SOME OF THEM) -- BIBLIOGRAPHY.

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