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A combination of clausal and non clausal temporal logic programs

  • Shinji Kono
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 897)

Abstract

We have developed Tokio interpreter[5] for first order Interval Temporal Logic[11] and an automatic theorem prover [6,7] for Propositional Interval Temporal Logic. The verifier features deterministic tableau expansion and binary decision tree representation of subterms. Combining these, we can avoid repeated similar clausal form time constraints, and it is possible to execute wider range of specifications without time-backtracking.

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  • Shinji Kono

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