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CORR
2011
Springer
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8 years 5 months ago
Representing First-Order Causal Theories by Logic Programs
Nonmonotonic causal logic, introduced by Norman McCain and Hudson Turner, became a basis for the semantics of several expressive action languages. McCain’s embedding of definit...
Paolo Ferraris, Joohyung Lee, Yuliya Lierler, Vlad...
JELIA
2010
Springer
8 years 8 months ago
Translating First-Order Causal Theories into Answer Set Programming
Abstract. Nonmonotonic causal logic became a basis for the semantics of several expressive action languages. Norman McCain and Paolo Ferraris showed how to embed propositional caus...
Vladimir Lifschitz, Fangkai Yang
LICS
2009
IEEE
9 years 5 months ago
The Structure of First-Order Causality
Game semantics describe the interactive behavior of proofs by interpreting formulas as games on which proofs induce strategies. Such a semantics is introduced here for capturing d...
Samuel Mimram
GG
2004
Springer
9 years 3 months ago
Representing First-Order Logic Using Graphs
We show how edge-labelled graphs can be used to represent first-order logic formulae. This gives rise to recursively nested structures, in which each level of nesting corresponds ...
Arend Rensink
LPNMR
1999
Springer
9 years 2 months ago
Representing Transition Systems by Logic Programs
This paper continues the line of research on representing actions, on the automation of commonsense reasoning and on planning that deals with causal theories and with action langua...
Vladimir Lifschitz, Hudson Turner
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