By John F. Horty
John Horty successfully develops deontic common sense (the common sense of moral techniques like legal responsibility and permission) opposed to the historical past of a proper idea of enterprise. He accommodates sure parts of determination concept to set out a brand new deontic account of what brokers should do lower than a number of stipulations over prolonged sessions of time. supplying a conceptual instead of technical emphasis, Horty's framework permits a few contemporary concerns from ethical idea to be set out sincerely and mentioned from a uniform standpoint.
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This, together with the capability of document navigation, allows for recursion over patterns as explained in more detail in Section 6. An extraction program P is a set of patterns. Elog program evaluation diﬀers from Datalog evaluation in the following three aspects: The use of built-in predicates, various kinds of minimization, and the use of range conditions. Moreover, atoms are not evaluated over an extensional database of facts representing a Web page, but directly over the parse tree of the Web page.
Extraction patterns are generated and reﬁned interactively and semiautomatically with help of a human wrapper designer. They are constructed in a hierarchical fashion on sample pages by marking relevant items or regions via mouse clicks or similar actions, by menu selections, and/or by simple textual inputs to the user interface. A wrapper, in our approach, is thus a knowledge base consisting of a set of extraction patterns. While patterns are descriptions of data to be extracted, pattern instances are concrete data elements on Web pages that match such descriptions, and hence are extracted.
G. “[url, font]”, and patterns that are not translated are drawn with dashed lines. It is possible to specify a minimum and maximum multiplicity on the arcs ( “[min,max]”, to specify the information used in the construction of the DTD (see the end of this section). When no multiplicity of a pattern is explicitly indicated in the pattern graph, then a minimum and maximum multiplicity of 1 for that pattern are assumed. The pattern graph of the program in Figure 2 is shown in Figure 3. In this case, as all ﬁlters of one pattern point to the same parent, it forms a tree.
Agency and Deontic Logic by John F. Horty