Discrete duality and its applications to reasoning with incomplete information

Orlowska E. ; Rewitzky I. (2007)

Conference Paper

We present general principles of establishing a duality between a class of algebras and a class of relational systems such that topology is not involved. We show how such a discrete duality contributes to proving completeness of logical systems and to correspondence theory. Next, we outline applications of discrete dualities to analysis of data in information systems with incomplete information in the rough set-style, and in contexts of formal concept analysis. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2007.

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