The Joy of Probabilistic Answer Set Programming


Fabio Cozman ;
Proceedings of the Eleventh International Symposium on Imprecise Probabilities: Theories and Applications, PMLR 103:91-101, 2019.


Probabilistic answer set programming (PASP) combines rules, facts, and independent probabilistic facts. Often one restricts such programs so that every query yields a sharp probability value. The purpose of this paper is to argue that a very useful modeling language is obtained by adopting a particular credal semantics for PASP, where one associates with each consistent program a credal set. We examine the basic properties of PASP and present an algorithm to compute (upper) probabilities given a program.

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