© 1992

Logic Programming

First Russian Conference on Logic Programming Irkutsk, Russia, September 14–18, 1990 Second Russian Conference on Logic Programming St. Petersburg, Russia, September 11–16, 1991 Proceedings

  • Editors
  • A. Voronkov
Conference proceedings

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 592)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Yves Bekkers, Lucien Ungaro
    Pages 1-12
  3. M. Belmesk
    Pages 13-26
  4. Egon Börger, Elvinia Riccobene
    Pages 27-34
  5. Egon Börger, Dean Rosenzweig
    Pages 35-54
  6. A. G. Bondarenko
    Pages 55-65
  7. Vladimir B. Borshchev
    Pages 66-78
  8. Antonio Brogi, Evelina Lamma, Paola Mello
    Pages 102-113
  9. François Bry, Rainer Manthey, Bern Martens
    Pages 114-139
  10. S. Costantini, G. A. Lanzarone
    Pages 140-151
  11. Bart Demoen, André Mariën
    Pages 165-176
  12. A. Ja. Dikovsky
    Pages 177-192
  13. Hans -Günther Hein, Manfred Meyer
    Pages 201-214
  14. S. Ivanets, N. Ilinsky, M. Krylov
    Pages 232-239
  15. G. Janssens, M. Bruynooghe
    Pages 240-262
  16. Norbert Kehrer, Gustaf Neumann
    Pages 263-270

About these proceedings


This volume contains the proceedings of two Russian conferences on logic programming, held in 1990 in Irkutsk and in 1991 in St. Petersburg. The aim of the conferences was to bring together researchers from the Russian and the international logic programming communities. Topics covered in the volume include: logic programming, automated theorem proving, non-monotonic reasoning, applications of mathematical logic to computer science, deductivedatabases, implementation of declarative concepts, and programming in non-classical logics. This is the first volume to represent activity in the field of logic programming in the countries of the former Soviet Union.


Automat Automated Reasoning Deductive Databases Deduktive Datenbanken Logic Programming Nichtklassische Logik (EDV) Non-classiccal Logics PROLOG Programmierung (EDV) Prolog-Programming Theorembeweisen (Kybern.) automated theorem proving logic mathematical logic theorem proving

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