Many−Valued Disjunctive Logic Programs with Probabilistic Semantics
We present many-valued disjunctive logic programs in which classical disjunctive logic program clauses are extended by a truth value that respects the material implication. Interestingly, these many-valued disjunctive logic programs have both a probabilistic semantics in probabilities over possible worlds and a truth-functional semantics. We then define minimal, perfect, and stable models and show that they have the same properties like their classical counterparts. In particular, perfect and stable models are always minimal models. Under local stratification, the perfect model semantics coincides with the stable model semantics. Finally, we show that some special cases of propositional many-valued disjunctive logic programming under minimal, perfect, and stable model semantics have the same complexity like their classical counterparts.