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Indeed: Interactive Deduction on Horn Clause Theories

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We introduce the declarative programming language Indeed that uses both deduction and interaction through multi-agent system applications. The language design is addressed by providing a uniform programming model that combines two refinements of resolution along with some control strategies to introduce state-based descriptions. We show that the logical calculus in which the computational model is based is sound and complete. Finally, we compare our approach to others proposed for coupling interaction with automated deduction.

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  • Logic programming
  • interaction
  • automated theorem proving
  • Horn clause theories

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Olmedo-Aguirre, O., Morales-Luna, G. (2002). Indeed: Interactive Deduction on Horn Clause Theories. In: Garijo, F.J., Riquelme, J.C., Toro, M. (eds) Advances in Artificial Intelligence — IBERAMIA 2002. IBERAMIA 2002. Lecture Notes in Computer Science(), vol 2527. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-36131-6_16

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