Reasoning about Containers:
Research in Physical Reasoning from Radically Incomplete Information
Department of Computer Science, New York University.
Department of Psychology, New York University.
Angelica Chen, College of Arts and Sciences, Princeton University.
Casey McGinley, College of Arts and Science, New York University.
College of Arts and Science, New York University
The sample inferences discussed in publication (1)
have been formulated as natural deduction proofs which have been verified
SPASS theorem prover.
Noah Frazier-Logue carried out the verification; earlier work on this
was done by Angelica Chen and Casey McGinley.
- Commonsense Reasoning about Containers using Radically Incomplete
Information, by Ernest Davis, Gary Marcus and Noah Frazier-Logue,
AI Journal, July 2017, 248, 46-84.
Reasoning from Radically Incomplete Information: The Case of
Containers, by E. Davis, G. Marcus, and A. Chen.
Advances in Cognitive Systems. 2013.
- Radically Incomplete Reasoning about
Containers: A First-Order Theory, by E. Davis. Supplement to (1)
How Does a Box Work? A Study in the Qualitative Dynamics of Solid Objects.
by E. Davis. Artificial Intelligence, 175, 2011,
Pouring Liquids: A Study in Commonsense Physical Reasoning
by E. Davis. Artificial Intelligence, 172, 2008,