Tackling Benchmark Problems of Commonsense Reasoning (bibtex)
by Furbach, Ulrich, Gordon, Andrew S. and Schon, Claudia
Abstract:
There is increasing interest in the field of automated commonsense reasoning to find real world benchmarks to challenge and to further develop reasoning systems. One interesting example is the Triangle Choice of Plausible Alternatives (Triangle-COPA), which is a set of problems presented in first-order logic. The setting of these problems stems from the famous Heider-Simmel film used in early experiments in social psychology. This paper illustrates with two logical approaches abductive logic programming and deonitc logic\textbarhow these problems can be solved. Furthermore, we propose an idea of how to use background knowledge to support the reasoning process.
Reference:
Tackling Benchmark Problems of Commonsense Reasoning (Furbach, Ulrich, Gordon, Andrew S. and Schon, Claudia), In Proceedings of the Workshop on Bridging the Gap between Human and Automated Reasoning, volume 1412, 2015.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{furbach_tackling_2015,
	address = {Berlin, Germany},
	title = {Tackling {Benchmark} {Problems} of {Commonsense} {Reasoning}},
	volume = {1412},
	url = {http://ict.usc.edu/pubs/Tackling%20Benchmark%20Problems%20of%20Commonsense%20Reasoning.pdf},
	abstract = {There is increasing interest in the field of automated commonsense reasoning to find real world benchmarks to challenge and to further develop reasoning systems. One interesting example is the Triangle Choice of Plausible Alternatives (Triangle-COPA), which is a set of problems presented in first-order logic. The setting of these problems stems from the famous Heider-Simmel film used in early experiments in social psychology. This paper illustrates with two logical approaches abductive logic programming and deonitc logic{\textbar}how these problems can be solved. Furthermore, we propose an idea of how to use background knowledge to support the reasoning process.},
	booktitle = {Proceedings of the {Workshop} on {Bridging} the {Gap} between {Human} and {Automated} {Reasoning}},
	author = {Furbach, Ulrich and Gordon, Andrew S. and Schon, Claudia},
	month = aug,
	year = {2015},
	keywords = {The Narrative Group},
	pages = {47 -- 59}
}
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