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Deduction and declarative programming

by Peter Padawitz

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Declarative programming.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [269]-274) and index.

    StatementPeter Padawitz.
    SeriesCambridge tracts in theoretical computer science ;, 28
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.615 .P33 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 279 p. ;
    Number of Pages279
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1359202M
    ISBN 100521417236
    LC Control Number92253188

    On the other hand, programming languages nowadays provide support for higher-level features like closures or lambda expressions which allow to describe transformation patterns in a declarative way. Because deduction rhymes with reduction, you can easily remember that in deduction, you start with a set of possibilities and reduce it until a smaller subset remains. For example, a murder mystery is an exercise in deduction. Typically, the detective begins with a set of possible suspects — for example, the butler, the maid, the [ ].

    Detailed examples accompany the development of the methods, whose use is supported by a documented prototyping system. The book can be used for graduate courses or as a reference for researchers in formal methods, theorem-proving and declarative languages. A deductive language is a computer programming language in which the program is a collection of predicates and rules that connect them. Such a language is used to create knowledge based systems or expert systems which can deduce answers to problem sets by applying the rules to the facts they have been given. An example of a deductive language is Prolog, or its database-query cousin, Datalog.

    Lloyd's book covers, in four chapters and less than pages, the declarative semantics of logical programming, its procedural semantics, and the semantics of negation as failure, as well as an initial investigation into the semantics of logic programs specifying perpetual processes. Lloyd does this in a clear, ordered, and meticulous manner. The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress. This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more.


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Book description. Declarative programs consist of mathematical functions and relations and are amenable to formal specification and verification, since the methods of logic and proof can be applied to the programs in a well-defined by: Deduction and declarative programming.

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Declarative programming Let's go back to the real-life imperative example, where we gave directions to a friend on how to get to a place. When we think in terms of the declarative programming paradigm, instead of telling our friend how to get to the specific location, we can simply give him the address and let him figure out how to get there.

In declarative programming, developers only describe what they want to achieve, and there's no need to list all the steps to make it work. The fact that React offers a declarative approach makes it easy to use, and consequently, the resulting code is simple, which often leads to fewer bugs and more ed on: Ma Declarative programs consist of mathematical functions and relations and so they are amenable to formal specification and verification.

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英文书摘要 In this book, the author develops deduction-oriented methods for reasoning about functional and logic programs. Deduction and Declarative Programming Cambridge Tracts in Theoretical Computer Science, Vol. 28, Cambridge University Press Declarative programs consist of mathematical functions and relations and are amenable to formal specification and verification, since the methods of logic and proof can be applied to the programs in a well-defined manner.

The book is largely self-contained and the style of presentation is extremely rigorous and accurate. this will become a sort of classic work for automated deduction and declarative programming and surely it deserves to find a place in all scientific libraries." (A.

Dovier, Theory and Practise of Logic Programming, Vol. 3 (1), ). The book can be used for graduate courses or as a reference for researchers in formal methods, theorem-proving and declarative languages. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

The programs in this book have been included for their instructional value. They have been tested with care but are not guaranteed for any particular purpose.

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The book is largely self-contained and the style of presentation is extremely rigorous and accurate. this will become a sort of classic work for automated deduction and declarative programming and surely it deserves to find a place in all scientific libraries." (A. Dovier, Theory and Practise of Logic Programming, Vol.

3 (1), )Cited by: Hopefully this book will be one step on the way to sorting out what Terry Winograd is useful and providing a new generation of representational tools for artificial intelligence.

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Declarative programming often considers programs as theories of a formal logic, and computations as deductions in that logic space. Declarative programming may greatly simplify writing parallel programs. Common declarative languages include those of database query languages (e.g., SQL, XQuery), regular expressions.

In the areas of automated deduction, algebraic specification and declarative programming, symbolic computation is always required to cooperate with computation in concrete mathematical systems. Therefore, to design a deduction mechanism within equational programming logic camp, symbolic equational deduction should be extended to exploit the semantic information behind abstract by: 7.

This aims at integrating and generalizing declarative programming models such as functional and logic programming. In these two prominent declarative computation models we can view a program as a logical theory and a computation as a : Birkhäuser Basel.

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Logic programs can be understood and studied using two abstract concepts: truth and logical deduction.We introduce the declarative programming language Indeed that uses both deduction and interaction through multi-agent system applications. The language design is addressed by providing a uniform.We introduce the declarative programming language Indeed that uses both deduction and interaction through multi-agent system applications.

The language design is addressed by providing a uniform programming model that combines two refinements of resolution along with some control strategies to introduce state-based by: 1.