A note on partial meet package contraction


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It was shown that finite P-recovery holds for partial meet package contraction in Furhmann and Hansson (1994). However, it is not known if recovery holds for partial meet package contraction in the infinite case. In this paper, I show that recovery does not hold for partial meet package contraction in the infinite case.
Keywords Belief revision  package contraction  partial meet contraction  recovery  theory change
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DOI 10.1023/A:1008274907099
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