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A semantic restriction is presented for use with paramodulation in automated theorem-proving programs. The method applies to first-order formulas with equality whole clause forms are Horn sets. In this method, an interpretation is given to the program along with the set of clauses to be refuted....
Mechanisms for the automation of uncertainty are required for expert systems. Sometimes these mechanisms need to obey the properties of probabilistic reasoning. We argue that a purely numeric mechanism, like those proposed so far, cannot provide a probabilistic logic with truth functional...
When we learn mathematics, we learn more than definitions and theorems. We learn techniques of proof. In this paper, we describe a particular way to express these techniques and incorporate them into formal theories and into computer systems used to build such theories. We illustrate the methods...
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