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1816 | The stable model semantics for logic programming
- Gelfond, Lifschitz
- 1988
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Citation Context ...2]. 4.2 Approaches under Stable and Well-Founded Semantics In Logic Programming other semantics have been proposed as refinements of the completion semantics. These include the stable model semantics =-=[38]-=- and the well-founded model semantics [116]. The following ALP frameworks use these semantics for their underlying LP framework. SLDNFA and ID-logic. SLDNFA [17,20] is an abductive extension of SLDNFr... |

1065 |
Negation as failure
- Clark
- 1978
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Citation Context ...is that of [10]. The syntax in this framework is that of hierarchical logic programs 7 with a predefined set of abducible predicates. The formal syntax is an extension of Clark’s completion semantics =-=[9]-=- in which onlythe non-abducible predicates are completed. The main aim of this work was to studythe relationship between abduction and deduction in the setting of non-monotonic reasoning. In particula... |

756 |
A logic-based calculus of events
- Kowalski, Sergot
- 1986
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Citation Context ...se problems, different researchers proposed to extend logic programming with abduction. Eshghi [28] introduced abduction in logic programming in order to solve planning problems in the Event Calculus =-=[65]-=-. In this approach, abduction solves a planning goal by explaining it byan ordered sets of events -a plan- that entails the planning goal. This approach was further explored byShanahan [110], Missiaen... |

726 |
A truth maintenance system
- Doyle
- 1979
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Citation Context ...70] present a method for computing generalised stable models for logic programs with integrity constraints represented as denials. The method is a bottomup computation based upon the TMS procedure of =-=[36]-=-. Although the computation is not goal-directed, goals (or queries) can be represented as denials and be treated as integrity constraints. Compared with other bottom-up procedures for computing genera... |

679 | Interpretation as abduction - Hobbs, Stickel, et al. - 1990 |

502 | Concurrent constraint programming - Saraswat, Rinard - 1990 |

500 | An assumption-based TMS - Kleer - 1986 |

437 | Logic for Problem Solving - Kowalski - 1979 |

368 | Logic programs with classical negation - Gelfond, Lifschitz - 1990 |

273 | Nonmonotonic Logic and Temporal Projection - HANKS, MCDERMOTT - 1987 |

223 | Preferred subtheories: An extended logical framework for default reasoning
- Brewka
- 1989
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Citation Context ...f query evaluation. Moreover various (domain speci c) criteria of preference can be speci ed. They impose a (partial) order on the sets of hypotheses which leads to the discrimination of explanations =-=[13, 22, 61, 77, 143, 148, 180]-=-. Cox and Pietrzykowski [29] identify other desirable properties of abductive explanations. For instance, an explanation should be basic, i.e. should not be explainable in terms of 4other explanation... |

211 |
Abduction compared with negation by failure
- Eshghi, Kowalski
- 1989
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Citation Context ... of abduction has been demonstrated in a varietyof applications. It has been proposed as a reasoning paradigm in AI for diagnosis [8,90], natural language understanding [8,39,4,93], default reasoning =-=[81,29,25,50]-=-, planning [28,110,71,59], knowledge assimilation and belief revision [54,76], multiagent systems [7,64,102] and other problems. In the context of logic programming, the studyof abductive inference st... |

181 |
Acyclic programs
- Apt, Bezem
- 1990
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Citation Context ...on-minimal explanation fq� rg are computed for the observation p. The abductive task for the logic-based approach has been proved to be highly intractable: it is NP-hard even if T is a set of acyclic =-=[7]-=- propositional de nite clauses [174, 48], and is even harder if T is a set of any propositional clauses [48]. These complexity results hold even if explanations are not required to be minimal. However... |

172 | On the relationship between abduction and deduction
- Console, Dupre, et al.
- 1991
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Citation Context ...d Mancarella showed the application of abduction in logic programming for deductive database updating and knowledge assimilation [53,55]. The application of abduction to diagnosis has been studied in =-=[10,11]-=- A.C. Kakas, F. Sadri (Eds.): Computat. Logic (Kowalski Festschrift), LNAI 2407, pp. 402–436, 2002. c○ Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2002Abduction in Logic Programming 403 within an abductive log... |

172 | Rationality and Reasoning - Evans, Over - 1999 |

153 | Default reasoning, nonmonotonic logics, and the frame problem - Hanks, McDermott - 1986 |

152 | On Indefinite Databases and the Closed World Assumption - Minker - 1982 |

147 | Database updates through abduction - Kakas, Mancarella - 1990 |

142 |
Memoing for Logic Programs
- Warren
- 1992
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Citation Context ...�:::�Ln is called the body of the clause. A logic program where each literal Li in the body of every clause is atomic is said to be de nite. Abduction can be computed in LP by extending SLD and SLDNF =-=[23, 53, 54, 91, 94, 34, 181]-=-. Instead of failing in a proof when a selected subgoal fails to unify with the head of any rule, the subgoal can be viewed as a hypothesis. This is similar to viewing abducibles as \askable" conditio... |

137 | Constructive negation based on the completed database - Chan - 1988 |

131 |
Abductive planning with event calculus
- Eshghi
- 1988
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Citation Context ...emonstrated in a varietyof applications. It has been proposed as a reasoning paradigm in AI for diagnosis [8,90], natural language understanding [8,39,4,93], default reasoning [81,29,25,50], planning =-=[28,110,71,59]-=-, knowledge assimilation and belief revision [54,76], multiagent systems [7,64,102] and other problems. In the context of logic programming, the studyof abductive inference started at the end of the e... |

128 | General theory of cumulative inference - Makinson - 1989 |

118 | Belief revision and default reasoning: syntax-based approaches - Nebel - 1991 |

113 | P.: Generalized stable models: a semantics for abduction - Kakas, Mancarella - 1990 |

92 | A knowledge level analysis of belief revision - Nebel - 1989 |

91 | Logic programs with exceptions - Kowalski, Sadri - 1990 |

82 |
Causes for events: Their computation and applications
- Cox, Pietrzykowski
- 1986
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Citation Context ...riteria of preference can be speci ed. They impose a (partial) order on the sets of hypotheses which leads to the discrimination of explanations [13, 22, 61, 77, 143, 148, 180]. Cox and Pietrzykowski =-=[29]-=- identify other desirable properties of abductive explanations. For instance, an explanation should be basic, i.e. should not be explainable in terms of 4other explanations. For instance, in example ... |

70 | A Knowledge-Level Account of Abduction - Levesque - 1989 |

69 | SLDNFA: an abductive procedure for normal abductive programs
- Denecker, Schreye
- 1998
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Citation Context ...dure of [29] for computing negation as failure through abduction was extended to the case of general abductive predicates. Another earlyabductive procedure was developed in [10] using the completion. =-=[17]-=- proposed SLDNFA, an extension of SLDNF with abduction allowing nonground abductive hypotheses. [21] proposed an extension of SLDNFA with a constraint solver for linear order and demonstrated that thi... |

65 | Intensional updates: Abduction via deduction - Bry - 1990 |

65 | A Basis for Deductive Databases Systems - Lloyd, Topor - 1986 |

64 | Temporal reasoning with abductive event calculus
- Denecker, Missiaen, et al.
- 1992
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Citation Context ...ion solves a planning goal by explaining it byan ordered sets of events -a plan- that entails the planning goal. This approach was further explored byShanahan [110], Missiaen et al. [72,71], Denecker =-=[21]-=-, Jung [48] and recentlyin [59,60]. Kakas and Mancarella showed the application of abduction in logic programming for deductive database updating and knowledge assimilation [53,55]. The application of... |

57 | Stable Semantics for Logic Programs and Default Theories - Marek, Truszczynski - 1989 |

54 | Problems and promises of computational logic - KOWALSKI - 1990 |

51 | A theory of diagnosis for incomplete causal models - Console, Dupré, et al. - 1989 |

49 | A rational reconstruction of nonmonotonic truth maintenance systems - Elkan - 1990 |

49 | Embedding negation as failure into a model generation theorem prover - Inoue, Koshimura, et al. - 1992 |

45 |
Integrity enforcement on deductive databases
- Decker
- 1986
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Citation Context ...hecking problem. Although the di erent views of integrity satisfaction are conceptually very di erent, the integrity checking procedures based upon these views are not very di erent in practice (e.g. =-=[30, 165, 118]-=-). They are mainly concerned with avoiding the ine ciency which arises if all the integrity constraints are retested after each update. A common idea of all these procedures is to render integritychec... |

37 | A Transformational Approach to Negation in Logic Programming - Barbuti, Mancarella, et al. - 1990 |

34 |
Negation as hypothesis: an abductive foundation for logic programming
- Dung
- 1991
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Citation Context ...ons more generally within logic programming with other abducibles and integrity constraints (see section 5). In this section we will refer to the version of the abductive proof procedure presented in =-=[39]-=-. 9 The abductive proof procedure interleaves two types of computation. The rst type, referred to as the abductive phase, is standard SLD- resolution, which generates (negative) hypotheses and adds th... |

33 | A model generation theorem prover in KL1 using a rami algorithm - Fujita, Hasegawa |

33 | SATCHMO: a theorem prover implemented - Manthey, Bry - 1988 |

27 | RESIDUE - A Deductive Approach to Design Synthesis - Finger, Genesereth - 1985 |

27 | Stable theories for logic programs - Kakas, Mancarella - 1991 |

27 | The anomalous extension problem in default reasoning - Morris - 1988 |

26 | Rational Belief Revision
- Doyle
- 1991
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Citation Context ...raints. However, only the rst update satis es the integrity constraints if we are given the further update insert mother(sue� bob): The general problem of belief revision has been studied formally in =-=[65, 128, 129, 37]-=-. Gardenfors proposes a set of axioms for rational belief revision containing such constraints on the new theory as \no change should occur to the theory when trying to delete a fact that is not alrea... |

26 | Extended logic programs with default assumptions - Inoue - 1991 |

25 |
Well-founded reasoning with classical negation
- Dung, Ruamviboonsuk
- 1991
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Citation Context ...ple above wecan restore consistency by rejecting the NAF assumption bird(tom) even though bird(tom) does not hold. We then get the consistent setfbat(tom)� fly(tom)g. This problem has been studied in =-=[46]-=- and [137]. Both of these studies are primarily concerned with the related problem of inconsistency of the well-founded semantics when applied to extended logic programs [153]. To deal with the proble... |

25 | Hypothetical reasoning in logic programs - Inoue - 1994 |

23 |
Generalised stable models: a semantics for abduction
- Kakas, Mancarella
- 1990
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Citation Context ...cs was defined bya suitable extension of the completion semantics of LP. In parallel to these studies of abduction as an inferential method, Eshghi and Kowalski [29] and later Kakas and Mancarella in =-=[52,54]-=- and Dung in [25], used abduction as a semantical device to describe the non-monotonic semantics of Logic Programming (in a wayanalogous to Poole in [81]). In [18,14], abductive logic programming was ... |

23 | Logic programming with strong negation - Pearce, Wagner - 1990 |

20 | Preferred extensions are partial stable models - Kakas, Mancarella - 1992 |

18 | Abduction through deduction - Eshghi, Kowalski - 1988 |

17 | On the computational complexity of hypothesis assembly - Allemang, Tanner, et al. - 1987 |

15 |
Knowledge assimilation and abduction
- Kakas, Mancarella
- 1990
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Citation Context ... al. [72,71], Denecker [21], Jung [48] and recentlyin [59,60]. Kakas and Mancarella showed the application of abduction in logic programming for deductive database updating and knowledge assimilation =-=[53,55]-=-. The application of abduction to diagnosis has been studied in [10,11] A.C. Kakas, F. Sadri (Eds.): Computat. Logic (Kowalski Festschrift), LNAI 2407, pp. 402–436, 2002. c○ Springer-Verlag Berlin Hei... |

14 |
On the duality of abduction and model generation
- Denecker, Schreye
- 1992
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Citation Context ...be a consequence of CET. The explanation formula is unique up to equivalence with respect to CET. The proof procedure is extended to take into account the equality theory CET. Denecker and De Schreye =-=[33]-=- compare the search space obtained by reasoning backward using the if-half of the if-and-only-if form of a de nite program with that obtained by reasoning forward using the only-if-half. They show ane... |

13 |
Acyclic disjunctive logic programs with abductive procedure as proof procedure
- Dung
- 1992
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Citation Context ...2 = fc� b� b0g and M0 3 = fc� a� a0�b�b0g,suchthat, if HB is the Herbrand base of PD, M0 i \ HB = Mi, for each i =1�2� 3. 44Whereas the transformation of [167] deals with inclusive disjunction, Dung =-=[41]-=- presents a simpler transformation that deals with exclusive disjunction, but works only for the case of acyclic programs. For example, the clause p _ q can be replaced by the two clauses p q q p: Wit... |

12 | Negation as failure as an approach for the Hanks and McDermott problem - Evans - 1989 |

12 |
On the relation of truth maintenance and abduction
- Kakas, Mancarella
- 1990
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Citation Context ...ed as a reasoning paradigm in AI for diagnosis [8,90], natural language understanding [8,39,4,93], default reasoning [81,29,25,50], planning [28,110,71,59], knowledge assimilation and belief revision =-=[54,76]-=-, multiagent systems [7,64,102] and other problems. In the context of logic programming, the studyof abductive inference started at the end of the eighties as an outcome of different attempts to use l... |

12 | Knowledge representation without integrity constraints - Kowalski, Sadri - 1988 |

11 | Non-Deterministic Concurrent Logic Programming - Bahgat - 1993 |

11 | Bottom-up Abduction by Model Generation
- Inoue, Ohta, et al.
- 1993
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Citation Context ...on and equality. This has later [66] incorporated constraint solving in a similar wayto the ACLP procedure. A bottom up procedure, later combined with some top down refinement, was given in [106] and =-=[42]-=-; the latter system was an implementation using the Model Generator MGTP developed on the multiprocessor machine developed at ICOT. Another recent abductive procedure in LP is that of AbDual [1] which... |

11 | Ports for objects - Janson, Montelius, et al. - 1993 |

11 | An abductive procedure for the CMS/ATMS - Inoue - 1991 |

10 | Introduction to Arti Intelligence - Charniak, McDermott - 1985 |

9 | Proof theory and semantics of logic programs - Gaifman, Shapiro - 1989 |

7 |
Negation as failure revisited
- Dung, Kakas, et al.
- 1992
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Citation Context ... the well-founded semantics is minimalist and sceptical, whereas the preferred extension semantics is maximalist and credulous. The relationship between these two semantics is further investigated in =-=[47]-=-, where the well-founded model and preferred extensions are shown to correspond to the least xed point and greatest xed point, respectively, of the same operator. Kakas and Mancarella [96, 97] propose... |

7 | Knowledge in Modelling the dynamics of epistemic states - Gardenfors - 1988 |

7 | Causal theories for nonmonotonic reasoning - Gener - 1990 |

7 | A correct non-monotonic ATMS - Junker - 1989 |

6 |
An abductive procedure for disjunctive logic programming
- Dung
- 1993
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Citation Context ...ause p _ q can be replaced by the two clauses p q q p: With this transformation, for acyclic programs, the Eshghi-Kowalski procedure presented in section 4.2 is sound. For the more general case, Dung =-=[42]-=- represents disjunction explicitly and extends the Eshghi-Kowalski procedure by using resolution-based techniques similar to those employed in [57]. 5.6 Abduction through deduction from the completion... |

6 | Relating the tms to autoepistemic logic - Fujiwara, Honiden - 1989 |

6 | Negation as stable hypotheses - Kakas, Mancarella - 1991 |

5 | A Rationale for Massively Parallel Programming with Sets - Hummel, Kelly |

5 | Abduction in Labelled Deductive Systems: a conceptual abstract - Gabbay - 1991 |

4 | An application of general purpose theorem-proving to database integrity - Sadri, Kowalski - 1987 |

3 | contribution to The Fifth Generation Project: Personal Perspectives - Furukawa - 1993 |

3 | Labelled abduction and relevance reasoning - Gabbay, Kempson, et al. - 1994 |

3 | Generalized stable model semantics, truth maintenance and conflict resolution - Giordano, Martelli - 1990 |

3 | C.: Deductive Databases as Theories of Belief - Kakas - 1991 |

3 | Consideration of a hypothesis-based reasoning system - Kunifuji, Tsurumaki, et al. - 1986 |

2 |
An abductive foundation for non-monotonic truth maintenance
- Dung
- 1991
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Citation Context ...stable expansions of the set of justi cations viewed as autoepistemic theories. The JTMS can also be understood in terms of abduction using the abductive approach to the semantics of NAF, as shown in =-=[40, 71, 92]-=-. This has the advantage that the nogoods of the JTMS can be interpreted as integrity constraints of the abductive framework. The correspondence between abduction and the JTMS is reinforced by [170], ... |

2 | Diagnoses as stable models - Eshghi - 1990 |

2 | Parallel Theorem Provers and Their Applications - Hasegawa, Fujita - 1992 |

2 |
An integrated abductive framework for discourse interpretation
- Hobbs
- 1990
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Citation Context ...ng in classical logic. The role of abduction has been demonstrated in a varietyof applications. It has been proposed as a reasoning paradigm in AI for diagnosis [8,90], natural language understanding =-=[8,39,4,93]-=-, default reasoning [81,29,25,50], planning [28,110,71,59], knowledge assimilation and belief revision [54,76], multiagent systems [7,64,102] and other problems. In the context of logic programming, t... |

2 | Anomalous models and abduction - Kakas, Mancarella - 1989 |

2 | Belief revision without constraints - Kowalski - 1987 |

2 | Logic programming in arti intelligence - Kowalski - 1991 |

2 | An assumption-based truth maintenance system dealing with non-ground justifications - Lamma - 1996 |

2 | Combining induction with resolution in logic programming - Lever - 1991 |

1 | On The Relationship Between Truth - Kakas, Mancarella - 1990 |

1 |
Answer set semantics and constructive logic with strong negation
- Akama
- 1992
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Citation Context ...vestigated by Pearce and Wagner [130], who develop an extension of de nite programs by means of Nelson's strong negation. They also suggest the possibility ofcombining strong negation with NAF. Akama =-=[1]-=- argues that the semantics of this combination of strong negation with NAF is equivalent to the answer set semantics for extended logic programs developed by Gelfond and Lifschitz. The semantics of an... |

1 | Some proof procedures for computational theories, with an abductive to them - Casamayor, Decker - 1992 |

1 |
Abduction, induction and inverse resolution
- Console, Saitta
- 1992
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Citation Context ...ese two conditions (1) and (2) alone are too weak to capture Peirce's notion. In particular, additional restrictions on are needed to distinguish abductive explanations from inductive generalisations =-=[27]-=-. Moreover, we also need to restrict so that it conveys some reason why the observations hold, e.g. we do not want to explain one e ect in terms of another e ect, but only in terms of some cause. For ... |

1 |
An inference rule for hypotheses generation
- Demolombe, Cerro, et al.
- 1991
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Citation Context ...nd Mello [115] have developed an extension of the ATMS for the non-propositional case. Resolution-based techniques for computing abduction have also been developed by Demolombe and Fari~nas del Cerro =-=[31]-=- and Gaifman and Shapiro [64]. Abduction can also be applied to logic programming (LP). A (general) logic program is a set of Horn clauses extended by negation as failure [24], i.e. clauses of the for... |

1 | Beyond negation as failure - Gener - 1991 |

1 | Using de clauses and integrity constraints as the basis for a theory formation approach to diagnostic reasoning - Goebel, Furukawa, et al. - 1986 |

1 | Hypothetical reasoning systems on the MGTP - Inoue, Ohta, et al. - 1992 |

1 | On the evolution of databases - Kakas - 1991 |

1 | A knowledge assimilation method for logic databases - Miyaki, Kunifuji, et al. - 1984 |