Merging beliefs depends on the relative reliability of their sources. When this is information is absent, assuming equal reliability is unwarranted. The solution proposed in this article is that every reliability profile is possible, and only what holds according to all of them is accepted. Alternatively, one source is completely reliable, but which one is not specified. These two cases motivate two existing forms of merging: maxcons-based merging and disjunctive merging.
2022, SYNTHESE, Pages - (volume: 200)
Belief merging in absence of reliability information (01a Articolo in rivista)
Gruppo di ricerca: Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Representation