Logics of Programs: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 164) e-book
by Logics of Programs Workshop (1983 Carnegie Mellon University),Edmund Clarke,Dexter Kozen
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Logic programming has traditionally focused on complex knowledge structures/programs. The question arises whether and how it can be applied in the context of Big Data
Logic programming has traditionally focused on complex knowledge structures/programs. The question arises whether and how it can be applied in the context of Big Data. In this paper, we study how the well-founded semantics can be computed over huge amounts of data using mass parallelization. Combining ontologies in expressive fragments of Description Logics in inherently distributed peer-to-peer settings with autonomous peers is still a challenge in the general case. Although several modular ontology representation frameworks have been proposed for combining Description Logics knowledge bases, each of them has its own strengths and limitations.
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It was one purpose of the workshop to bring some of these recent developments together. The papers in this volume are mainly concerned with the theoretical foundations, implementation and/or applications of proof-theoretically motivated extensions of logic programming.
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