Knowledge Reasoning Based on the Generalized Syllogism AHH-2

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Liheng Hao, School of Artificial Intelligence and Automation, Beijing University of Technology, Beijing, China

This paper uses set theory to provide knowledge representation methods for common generalized syllogisms in natural language. Then, the validity of the generalized syllogism AHH-2 with the non-trivial generalized quantifier at most half of the is proved by the truth definitions of categorical propositions, and then the other 25 valid generalized syllogisms are derived from this syllogism. The reason why these results are consistent is that deductive reasoning is used throughout the proof process. In fact, more valid generalized syllogisms can be inferred from the syllogism AHH-2 if this similar method is used to continue reasoning. The formal transformation of generalized syllogisms in this paper is in line with the demand for knowledge reasoning in the era of artificial intelligence.

generalized syllogisms; validity; knowledge representation; knowledge reasoning

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Liheng Hao, Knowledge Reasoning Based on the Generalized Syllogism AHH-2 , SCIREA Journal of Computer. Volume 9, Issue 1, February 2024 | PP. 1-8. 10.54647/computer520396


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