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An extended basic ATMS

  • Oskar Dressler
Truth Maintenance Systems
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 346)

Abstract

Classical truth maintenance systems keep one consistent database at a time and allow non-monotonic justifications. De Kleer's ATMS [de Kleer 86a] processes multiple contexts simultaneously, but allows monotonic justifications only. The attempt to introduce non-monotonic justifications and defaults at higher levels of the system [de Kleer 86b] failed.

We propose to integrate a new kind of node into the ATMS that allows the encoding of non-monotonic justifications, negation, (justified) disjunction and one-of disjunction, as well as normal and non-normal defaults. The treatment of defaults will show that it is necessary to distinguish different uses of assumptions.

Keywords

Problem Solver Consistent Extension Truth Maintenance Exclusive Choice Truth Maintenance System 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Oskar Dressler
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  1. 1.SIEMENS ZT ZTI INF 2 ARMMünchen 83

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