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Hans Rott
Hans Rott
Professor of Philosophy, University of Regensburg
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Belief revision
P Gärdenfors, H Rott
Handbook of Logic in Artificial Intelligence and Logic Programming 4, 35-132, 1995
1158*1995
Change, choice and inference: A study of belief revision and nonmonotonic reasoning
H Rott
Clarendon Press, 2001
4122001
Preferential belief change using generalized epistemic entrenchment
H Rott
Journal of Logic, Language and Information 1 (1), 45-78, 1992
1581992
Shifting priorities: Simple representations for twenty-seven iterated theory change operators
H Rott
Towards mathematical philosophy, 269-296, 2009
1522009
Severe withdrawal (and recovery)
H Rott, M Pagnucco
Journal of Philosophical Logic 28 (5), 501-547, 1999
1431999
Two methods of constructing contractions and revisions of knowledge systems
H Rott
Journal of philosophical logic, 149-173, 1991
1391991
Two dogmas of belief revision
H Rott
The Journal of Philosophy 97 (9), 503-522, 2000
1272000
Conditionals and theory change: Revisions, expansions, and additions
H Rott
Synthese 81 (1), 91-113, 1989
1151989
Belief contraction in the context of the general theory of rational choice
H Rott
The Journal of Symbolic Logic 58 (4), 1426-1450, 1993
1131993
A nonmonotonic conditional logic for belief revision
H Rott
The logic of theory change, 135-181, 1991
971991
Ifs, though, and because
H Rott
Erkenntnis 25 (3), 345-370, 1986
721986
On the logic of theory change: More maps between different kinds of contraction functions
H Rott
Belief Revision 29, 52-88, 1992
631992
Coherence and conservatism in the dynamics of belief II: Iterated belief change without dispositional coherence
H Rott
Journal of Logic and Computation 13 (1), 111-145, 2003
572003
Coherence and Conservatism in the Dynamics of Belief
H Rott
Erkenntnis 50 (2), 387-412, 1999
521999
Stability, strength and sensitivity: Converting belief into knowledge
H Rott
Contextualisms in Epistemology, 327-351, 2004
512004
Just because
H Rott
Taking belief bases very seriously. In Logic for a Change, SO Hansson and W …, 1995
50*1995
Revision by comparison
E Fermé, H Rott
Artificial Intelligence 157 (1-2), 5-47, 2004
482004
Comment on Gardenfors'" Meanings as Conceptual Structures
H Rott
Mindscapes: Philosophy of Science and the Mind, 87-97, 1997
471997
Basic entrenchment
H Rott
Studia Logica 73 (2), 257-280, 2003
382003
Frontiers in belief revision
M Williams, H Rott
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
37*2013
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