Intelligent Decision Support Algorithm Based on Self-Adaption Reasoning

Guomin Chen, Yingwei Jin, Huili Wang, Shuo Cao

Abstract


This paper analyzes the logic deduction and reasoning techniques used in several intelligent decision support algorithms, and proposes a flexible planning method GARIv using fuzzy descriptive logic in media enterprise management. Combined with experiments, the above methods are illustrated in terms of effectiveness and feasibility. In the end, the challenges and possible solutions of intelligent decision support algorithms with self-adaption reasoning are discussed.

Keywords


intelligent decision support, propositional logic, non-monotonic logic, descriptive logic, fuzzy logic, automatic reasoning.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15837/ijccc.2017.6.2898



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