Weighted defeasible knowledge bases and a multipreference semantics for a deep neural network model

by   Laura Giordano, et al.

In this paper we investigate the relationships between a multipreferential semantics for defeasible reasoning in knowledge representation and a deep neural network model. Weighted knowledge bases for description logics are considered under a "concept-wise" multipreference semantics. The semantics is further extended to fuzzy interpretations and exploited to provide a preferential interpretation of Multilayer Perceptrons.


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