Logic and Human Reasoning

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Logic and Human Reasoning

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Conventional formal approaches such as classical logic are not appropriate for this purpose as they cannot deal with the most elementary parts humans are confronted with e.g. incomplete information. Alternatives can be found in formalizations of weaker logics such as non-monotonic logics or three-valued logics. Furthermore, in the field of neurosicence (e.g. connectionist networks) and cognitive science (e.g. studies from psychological reasoning such as the selection and suppression task) a lot of reaserach is going on in understanding and simulating human reasoning processes. Their results are important for our purpose as they deal with similar fundamental questions about human behaviour.



Vorträge und Sonstiges

Maximilian Marx
SQID 2.0 — A Data Browser for Wikidata
Poster at Wikimania 2019, August 2019
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