ABSTRACT The AGM postulates () are for the belief revision (revision by a single belief), and the DP postulates () are for the iterated revision (revision by a finite sequence of beliefs). Li  gave an R-calculus for R-configurations △|Γ, whereΔis a set of literals, andΓis a finite set of formulas. We shall give two R-calculi such that for any consistent setΓand finite consistent set △ of formulas in the propositional logic, in one calculus, there is a pseudo-revisionΘofΓbyΔsuch that is provable and and in another calculus, there is a pre-revisionΞofΓbyΔsuch that is provable, and for some pseudo-revisionΘ; and prove that the deduction systems for both the R-calculi are sound and complete with the pseudo-revision and the pre-revision, respectively.
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W. Li and Y. Sui, "The Sound and Complete R-Calculi with Respect to Pseudo-Revision and Pre-Revision," International Journal of Intelligence Science, Vol. 3 No. 2, 2013, pp. 110-117. doi: 10.4236/ijis.2013.32012.
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