DFKI Research Report-93-35
by Harold Boley, François Bry, Ulrich Geske (Eds.)
Neuere Entwicklungen der deklarativen KI-Programmierung --- Proceedings
The field of declarative AI programming is briefly characterized. Its recent developments in Germany are reflected by a workshop as part of the scientific congress KI-93 at the Berlin Humboldt University. Three tutorials introduce to the state of the art in deductive databases, the programming language Gödel, and the evolution of knowledge bases. Eleven contributed papers treat knowledge revision/program transformation, types, constraints, and type-constraint combinations.
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