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Author(s):

Nonnengart, Andreas

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Editor(s):

MacNish, Craig
Pearce, David
Pereira, Luís Moniz

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NonnengartJELIA94

Title, Booktitle

Title*:

How to Use Modalities and Sorts in Prolog

Booktitle*:

Logics in Artificial Intelligence: Proceedings of the JELIA'94

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York, UK

Language:

English

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September 5-8, 1994

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Event Start Date:

12 December 2019

Event End Date:

12 December 2019

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Springer

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Address*:

Berlin, Germany

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Series:

Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence

Volume:

838

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Pages:

365-378

Year*:

1994

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(LaTeX) Abstract:

Standard logic programming languages like Prolog lack the possibility of dealing with modalities and/or sorts. A first idea how to overcome this problem (and that without changing anything on Prolog itself) would be to apply the well-known relational translation approaches from modal and sorted logic into first-order predicate logic and to feed this translation result into Prolog. This, however, leads into other problems: firstly, the transformed problem is usually of much bigger size (number of clauses) than the original one and, secondly, very often it is not even in Horn form anymore. In this paper a translation approach is proposed which avoids both of these problems, i.e.\ the number of clauses after translation is exactly as big as it would have been if we simply ignored the modal operators and sort restrictions and, also, the result is in Horn form provided it was already before (modulo modal operators and sorts).



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BibTeX Entry:

@INPROCEEDINGS{NonnengartJELIA94,
AUTHOR = {Nonnengart, Andreas},
EDITOR = {MacNish, Craig and Pearce, David and Pereira, Lu{\'i}s Moniz},
TITLE = {How to Use Modalities and Sorts in Prolog},
BOOKTITLE = {Logics in Artificial Intelligence: Proceedings of the JELIA'94},
PUBLISHER = {Springer},
YEAR = {1994},
VOLUME = {838},
PAGES = {365--378},
SERIES = {Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence},
ADDRESS = {York, UK},
}


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