Thursday, October 17, 2013

Extensions to classical logic

An intelligent reasoning system must be able to effectively handle information that is uncertain, imprecise, and vague. This implies that an intelligent reasoning system should have a much richer system of logic then the boolean algebraic logic which is used to define mathematics.

Extensions to the classical logic system including fuzzy logic which has degrees of belief, paraconsistent logic which has both belief and doubt, and probablistic logic which uses probability distributions. A reasoning system which uses such advanced logics may play a significant role in the construction of an AI.

No comments:

Post a Comment