Logics for Practical Reasoning

Our research spans the foundations and applications of non classical logics with a particular emphasis on: logics for reasoning under uncertainty (both quantitatively and qualitatively construed); depth-bounded logics; logic and information; formal argumentation theory; logic in decision theory.

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Recent Publications

Flaminio, T. H. Hosni and S. Lapenta. (2017). “Convex MV-Algebras: Logic meets Decision Theory.” forthcoming in  Studia Logica.

D’Agostino, M., Flaminio, T., & Hosni, H. (2017). "Rational beliefs real agents can have – A logical point of view". Journal of Machine Learning Research, 58.

D'Agostino, M. and S.Modgil (2016) . “A Rational Account of Classical Logic Argumentation for Real-World Agents”. In: ECAI 2016. 22nd European Conference on Artificial Intelligence. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications 285. IOS Press, pp. 141–149.

Hosni, H. (2016). “Analogies and Theories: Formal Models of Reasoning, Itzhak Gilboa , Larry Samuelson and David Schmeidler . Oxford University Press, 2015.” in Economics and Philosophy

D'Agostino, M. (2015). “An informational view of classical logic”. In: Theoretical Computer Science 606, pp. 79–97.

Flaminio, T., L. Godo, and H. Hosni. (2015). “Coherence in the Aggregate: A Betting Method for Belief Functions on Many-Valued Events.” International Journal of Approximate Reasoning 58: 71–86.

D'Agostino, M. (2015). "An informational view of classical logic". Theoretical Computer Science, 606: 79-97.

Hosni, H. (2014). “Towards a Bayesian Theory of Second-Order Uncertainty: Lessons from Non- Standard Logics.” In David Makinson on Classical Methods for Non-Classical Problems, ed. S. O. Hansson. Outstanding Contributions to Logic Volume 3, Springer, 195–221.

Flaminio, T., L. Godo, and H. Hosni. (2014). “On the Logical Structure of de Finetti’s Notion of Event.” Journal of Applied Logic 12(3): 279–301.

D’Agostino, M., Finger, M., & Gabbay, D. (2013). Semantics and proof-theory of depth bounded Boolean logics. Theoretical Computer Science, 480, 43–68.

Devetag, G., H. Hosni, and G. Sillari. (2013). “You Better Play 7 : Mutual versus Common Knowledge of Advice in a Weak-Link Experiment.” Synthese 190(8): 1351–81.