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Logic Programming
- What is Logic Programming?
- Various different perspectives and definitions possible:
- Computations as deduction
- Use formal logic to express data and programs
- Theorem Proving
- Logic programs evaluated by a theorem prover
- Derivation of answer from a set of initial axioms
- High level (non-precedural) programming language
- Logic programs do not specifcy control flow
- Instead of specifying how something should be computed, one states what should be computed
- Procedural interpretation of a declarative specification of a problem
- A LP systems procedurally interprets (in some way) a general declarative statement which only defines truth conditions that should hold
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