In other words, if the world is such that every element of 5 comes out true, then p does as well. All that we require to get some notion of entailment is a language with an account of what it means for a sentence to be true or false. As we argued, if... The Logic of Knowledge Bases - Page 10by Hector J. Levesque - 2016Limited preview - About this book
| Tore Langholm - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1988 - 151 pages
...similarity type are being considered. We shall study several truth definitions, several alternative notions **of what it means for a sentence to be true or false** in a partial model. In his 1938 article On notation for ordinal numbers, S. Kleene introduced a truth... | |
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...implicit in the truth of the sentences in S. In other words, if the world is such that every element of S **comes out true, then p does as well. All that we require...all, it must come with such an account (again, to** knowp is to takep to be true). So any knowledge representation language, whatever other features it... | |
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