"Readings in non monotonic reasoning presents a careful selection of previously published and selected original papers in this active research area of artifical intelligence. The volume reflects the spectrum of viewpoints on non monotonic reasoning. Included are a thorough introduction to the area, original and current papers describing the existing formal approaches (default logic, modal theories, and circumscription), and material on truth maintenance and applications. Readings in non-monotonic reasoning is an ideal sourcebook and serves to make this challenging subject accessible to a wide audience of researchers, developers, and students. "
Author: Matthew L. Ginsberg
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Pub; illustrated edition (December 1, 1987)
Condition: Very Good