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Logic for Programming, Artificial Intelligence, and Reasoning : 19th International Conference, LPAR-19, Stellenbosch, South Africa, December 14-19, 2013. Proceedings /

edited by Ken McMillan, Aart Middeldorp, Andrei Voronkov.

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Names: McMillan, Ken, | Middeldorp, Aart, | Voronkov, Andrei,
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint : Springer, 2013.
Series: Lecture notes in computer science ; 8312.
Topics: Artificial intelligence. | Computer logic. | Computer programming. | Computer science. | Logic, Symbolic and mathematical. | Programming languages (Electronic computers) | Software engineering.
Genres: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings.
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An Algorithm for Enumerating Maximal Models of Horn Theories with an Application to Modal Logics -- May-Happen-in-Parallel Analysis for Priority-Based Scheduling -- The Complexity of Clausal Fragments of LTL -- A Semantic Basis for Proof Queries and Transformations -- Expressive Path Queries on Graphs with Data -- Proving Infinite Satisfiability -- SAT-Based Preprocessing for MaxSAT -- Dynamic and Static Symmetry Breaking in Answer Set Programming -- HOL Based First-Order Modal Logic Provers -- Resourceful Reachability as HORN-LA -- A Seligman-Style Tableau System -- Comparison of LTL to Deterministic Rabin Automata Translators -- Tree Interpolation in Vampire -- Polarizing Double-Negation Translations -- Revisiting the Equivalence of Shininess and Politeness -- Towards Rational Closure for Fuzzy Logic: The Case of Propositional Gödel Logic -- Multi-objective Discounted Reward Verification in Graphs and MDPs -- Description Logics, Rules and Multi-context Systems -- Complexity Analysis in Presence of Control Operators and Higher-Order Functions -- Zenon Modulo: When Achilles Outruns the Tortoise Using Deduction Modulo -- Long-Distance Resolution: Proof Generation and Strategy Extraction in Search-Based QBF Solving -- Verifying Temporal Properties in Real Models -- A Graphical Language for Proof Strategies -- A Proof of Strong Normalisation of the Typed Atomic Lambda-Calculus -- Relaxing Synchronization Constraints in Behavioral Programs -- Characterizing Subset Spaces as Bi-topological Structures -- Proof-Pattern Recognition and Lemma Discovery in ACL2 -- Semantic A-translations and Super-Consistency Entail Classical Cut Elimination -- Blocked Clause Decomposition -- Maximal Falsifiability: Definitions, Algorithms, and Applications -- Solving Geometry Problems Using a Combination of Symbolic and Numerical Reasoning -- On QBF Proofs and Preprocessing -- Partial Backtracking in CDCL Solvers -- Lemma Mining over HOL Light -- On Module-Based Abstraction and Repair of Behavioral Programs -- Prediction and Explanation over DL-Lite Data Streams -- Forgetting Concept and Role Symbols in ALCH-Ontologies -- Simulating Parity Reasoning -- Herbrand Theorems for Substructural Logics -- On Promptness in Parity Games -- Defining Privacy Is Supposed to Be Easy -- Reachability Modules for the Description Logic SRIQ -- An Event Structure Model for Probabilistic Concurrent Kleene Algebra -- Three SCC-Based Emptiness Checks for Generalized Büchi Automata -- PeRIPLO: A Framework for Producing Effective Interpolants in SAT-Based Software Verification -- Incremental Tabling for Query-Driven Propagation of Logic Program Updates -- Tracking Data-Flow with Open Closure Types -- Putting Newton into Practice: A Solver for Polynomial Equations over Semirings -- System Description: E 1.8 -- Formalization of Laplace Transform Using the Multivariable Calculus Theory of HOL-Light -- On Minimality and Integrity Constraints in Probabilistic Abduction -- POLAR: A Framework for Proof Refactoring.

Table of Contents for: Logic for Programming, Artificial Intell