In this paper, we combine the syntax-based belief change approach and model-based approach, and present a computational approach for belief change. We introduce functions to revise or contract a belief set, as well as functions to revise or contract a belief base. We also show properties of the revision functions and the contraction functions. The implementation of the revision functions and the contraction functions are also considered, and algorithms to revise a belief set or contract a sentence from a belief set are also given. Compared with related works, the main characteristic of our approach is that the functions can be implemented by algorithms.
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- A Computational Approach for Belief Change
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