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### How does negation as failure work with variables?

Let's say we have the following rule: p -: X ≠ Y, X = Y Stating that $\forall x.y. x \neq y \land x = y \implies p$. Now let us suppose that we are searching for ...
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### “Programing in goals” as an alternative to defining APIs (from B. Victor's talk The Future of Programming )

In his talk The Future of Programming, in the third section of the talk about "programming using goals", Bret Victor says this: https://vimeo.com/71278954 [15:20] What won't work, what would ...
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### Expressing definite clauses (Horn rules, logic programming) in lambda terms?

There is paper which expresses lambda terms in the terms of logic programming http://www.cse.unt.edu/~tarau/teaching/PL/docs/dbx.pdf Is there conversion in the other direction - expressing definite ...
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### How does Warrens Abstract Machine work?

I've recently learned about Prolog and Logic programming which I find pretty cool, but the compiler is currently like magic to me and I want to know how they work. After a little bit of research I ...
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### Is it possible to define logic programming for every logic that has implication and conjunction connectives?

Is it possible to define logic programming for every logic that has implication and conjunction connectives? Does logic programming adds something new to the usual inference process. By usual ...
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### Computer Scientific term for languages outside the Logic Programming paradigm

Is there a term for languages, imperative, declarative, procedural, functional alike; a term describing the quality of functions being represented as a (reversible) relationship between inputs and ...
In Robinson's first-order resolution, we're usually interested in reaching a contradiction $\bot$ from a set of clauses $\Gamma = \{C_1, ..., C_n\}$ where each $C_i$ is a set of first-order atoms. We ...