Approximating concepts, Chu spaces, and information systems

by Guo-qiang Zhang , Gongqin Shen
Venue:In de Paiva and Pratt (Guest Editors), Special Issue on Chu Spaces and Applications, Theory and Applications of Categories, accepted
Citations:12 - 8 self

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6 A cartesian closed category of approximable concept structures – Pascal Hitzler, Guo-qiang Zhang - 2004
1 Nonmonotonic consequences in default model theory – Guo-Qiang Zhang, William C. Rounds - 1994
3 Non-monotonic consequences in default domain theory – Guo-Qiang Zhang, William C. Rounds
1 Intensional double glueing, biextensional collapse, and the Chu construction – Dominic Hughes - 2004
1 A Generalized Resolution Theorem – Pascal Hitzler - 2003
5 Formal Concept Analysis and Resolution in Algebraic Domains – Pascal Hitzler, Matthias Wendt - 2003
found at the ENTCS Macro Home Page. Closures in Binary Partial Algebras – Guo-qiang Zhang
3 ON FIXED-POINTS OF MULTI-VALUED FUNCTIONS ON COMPLETE LATTICES AND THEIR APPLICATION TO GENERALIZED LOGIC PROGRAMS – Umberto Straccia, Manuel Ojeda-aciego, Carlos V. Dam Ásio
Physical Systems – Samson Abramsky, Samson Abramsky - 2009
Chu Spaces: Towards New Justification for Fuzzy Heuristics – Nhu Nguyen, Hung T. Nguyen, Vladik Kreinovich - 2000
9 Chu spaces: Complementarity and Uncertainty in Rational Mechanics – Vaughan Pratt - 1994
Principal Adviser – Please Contact, Solomon Feferman - 2006
1 CATEGORIES ENRICHED OVER A QUANTALOID: ISBELL ADJUNCTIONS AND KAN ADJUNCTIONS – Lili Shen, Dexue Zhang
1 FcAWN: Concept Analysis as a Formal Method for Automated Web-Menu Design – Gq Zhang, Gongqin Shen, Josh Staiger, Adam Troy, Jiayang Sun - 2004
8 Default reasoning over domains and concept hierarchies – Pascal Hitzler - 2004
10 Topology, Domain Theory and Theoretical Computer Science – Michael W. Mislove - 1997
12 Chu Spaces as a Semantic Bridge Between Linear Logic and Mathematics – Vaughan Pratt - 1998
5 Chu I: cofree equivalences, dualities and *-autonomous categories – Dusko Pavlovic - 1993
On Domains Witnessing Increase in Information – Dieter Spreen