Logic Programming: 20th International Conference, ICLP 2004, by Nachum Dershowitz (auth.), Bart Demoen, Vladimir Lifschitz

By Nachum Dershowitz (auth.), Bart Demoen, Vladimir Lifschitz (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the twentieth foreign convention on common sense Programming, ICLP 2004, held in Saint-Malo, France in September 2004.

The 28 revised complete papers and sixteen poster papers offered including 2 invited papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 70 submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on software research, constraints, substitute programming paradigms, solution set programming, and implementation.

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Springer-Verlag (1987) 9. : Predicate logic as a computational formalism. Technical Report DOC 79/59, Imperial College, London, Department of Computing (1979) 42 John P. Gallagher and Kim S. Henriksen 10. : Bottom-up abstract interpretation of logic programs. In: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference and Symposium on Logic Programming, Washington. (1988) 11. : Efficient specialisation in Prolog using the handwritten compiler generator LOGEN. Elec. Notes Theor. Comp. Sci. 30(2) (1999) 12.

Even though the grounding algorithms are smart and economical and the current solvers can deal with hundreds of thousands of ground rules this is still a very serious limitation. Finding new algorithms with some kind of “grounding on demand” mechanism is a very interesting and important research problem. Now a few words about other reasoning steps in the agent observe-think-act loop. In [3] we showed how the process of diagnostics (finding an explanation for an unexpected observation) can be reduced to finding answer sets of a logic program.

If there exists an function and states such that for all states there is a transition then we can represent all such transitions by the single transition The argument is called a don’t care argument. Our algorithm generates the transitions of the determinized FTA with some “don’t care” arguments (though not all the possible don’t cares are generated in the current version), which is critical for the scalability of the model computation. Abstract Compilation of a Pre-interpretation. The idea of abstract compilation was introduced first by Debray and Warren [15].

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