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On representation theorems for nonmonotonic consequence relations

  • Ramón Pino Pérez (a1) (a2) and Carlos Uzcátegui (a3)

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One of the main tools in the study of nonmonotonic consequence relations is the representation of such relations in terms of preferential models. In this paper we give an unified and simpler framework to obtain such representation theorems.

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CRIL, Faculté des Sciences, Université d'Artois, 62307 Lens, France

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  • Ramón Pino Pérez (a1) (a2) and Carlos Uzcátegui (a3)

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