3 edition of **broader interpretation of logic in logic programming** found in the catalog.

broader interpretation of logic in logic programming

Alan Bundy

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Published
**1988**
by Dept. of Artificial Intelligence, University of Edinburgh in (Edinburgh) ((Hope Park Square, Meadow Lane, Edinburgh, EH8 9NW))
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Alan Bundy. |

Series | D.A.I. research paper -- no. 388 |

Contributions | University of Edinburgh. Department of Artificial Intelligence. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 15p. ; |

Number of Pages | 15 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL13715607M |

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This mathematically oriented introduction to the theory of logic programming presents a systematic exposition of the resolution method for propositional, first-order, and Horn- clause logics, together with an analysis of the semantic aspects of the method.

It is through the inference rule of resolution that both proofs and computations can be manipulated on computers, and this book contains. Logic's basic elements are unfolded in this book.

The relation of and the transition from Logic to Logic Programming are analysed. With the use and the development of computers in the beginning of the 's, it soon became clear that computers could be used, not only for arithmetical computation, but also for symbolic : Programming in Logic; Alternative Logic Programming Schemes.

The rst part deals with the logical aspects of logic programming and tries to provide a logical understanding of the programming language Prolog.

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Each volume features a combination of authoritative exposition, comprehensive survey, and fundamental research exploring the underlying themes in the various : Hardcover. semantics of programming languages and the speciﬁcation of programs, and to ver-ify the correctness of programs.

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Preliminaries Contents 1 Introduction. 2 Clausal logic. 3 Logic programming in Prolog (incl. meta-programming). 4 Representing structured knowledge.

5 Search. 6 Language processing using deﬁnite clause grammars. 7 Reasoning using incomplete information (incl. abduction). 8 Inductive logic programming (concept learning). 4/ The following list is reproduced from Frequently Asked Questions atwhich includes references to both Prolog and Logic Programming books: Introductory + "Programming In Prolog".

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Clocksin, The Reasoned Schemer by Daniel P. Friedman, The.The book does not contain description of any particular logic programming language, but gives mathematical foundations of logic programming, such as, Herbrand interpretations, unification, Resolution, SLDNF-resolution, the least Herbrand models and fix-points, computability Cited by: