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Theory resolution constitutes a set of complete procedures for incorporating theories into a resolution theorem-proving program, thereby making it unnecessary to resolve directly upon axioms of the theory. This can reduce the length of proofs and the size of the search space. Theory resolution...
One of the major problems facing the robot user in the future will be his choice of the optimum robot for a particular task. What is needed is a highly automated robot selection system which will eliminate the human decision-making process. The system presented will be used when a robot is being...
We explore some connections between the technique of circumscription in artificial intelligence and the notion of implicit definition in mathematical logic. Implicit definition can be taken as the informal intent, but not necessarily the formal result, of circumscription. This raises some...
Metamathematics is a source of many interesting theorems and difficult proofs. This paper reports the results of an experiment to use the Boyer-Moore theorem prover to proof-check theorems in metamathematics. We describe a First Order Logic due to Shoenfield and outline some of the theorems that...
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