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Some properties of θ-subsumption

  • Example: Equivalence
  • There exist different clauses that are equivalent under θ ­subsumption
    • E.g. parent(X,Y) ← mother(X,Y), mother(X,Z) θ ­subsumes parent(X,Y) ← mother(X,Y) and vice versa
    • Two clauses equivalent under θ ­subsumption are also logically equivalent, i.e. by implication
    • This is used for optimization purposes in practical systems

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