General Mathematics


Liar Liar, Pants on fire; or How to Use Subjective Logic and Argumentation to Evaluate Information from Untrustworthy Sources

Authors: Andrew Koster, Ana L. C. Bazzan, Marcelo de Souza

This paper presents a non-prioritized belief change operator, designed specifically for incorporating new information from many heterogeneous sources in an uncertain environment. We take into account that sources may be untrustworthy and provide a principled method for dealing with the reception of contradictory information.

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