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Advanced Backjumping Techniques for Rule Instantiations

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Advanced Backjumping Techniques for Rule Instantiations
Abstract. The interest in the area of non-monotonic reasoning and declarative logic programming is growing rapidly after the recent development of a number of Answer Set Programming (ASP) systems. The logic-based languages supported by such systems are rich enough to represent in a natural and declarative way a large number of problems from different domains. Nevertheless, the computation of the answer sets is always performed by these systems on simple ground (i.e., variable free) programs, first computed by a pre-processing phase, called instantiation. This phase may be computationally expensive, and in fact it has been recognized to be a key issue for solving real-world problems by using Answer Set Programming. Given any program P, a good instantiation for it is a ground program P having the same answer sets as P and such that: P can be computed efficiently from P, and P does not contain useless rules and thus can be evaluated efficiently. In this paper, we present a structure-based...
Simona Perri, Francesco Scarcello
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where AGP
Authors Simona Perri, Francesco Scarcello
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