Logic Program Synthesis and Transformation: 5th International Workshop, LOPSTR'95, Utrecht, The Netherlands, September 20-22, 1995. Proceedings, Volume 5

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Maurizio Proietti
Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 6, 1996 - Computers - 266 pages
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Logic Program Synthesis and Transformation, LOPSTR'95, held in Utrecht, The Netherlands in September 1995.
The 19 papers included were selected from 40 workshop submissions; they offer a unique up-to-date account of the use of formal synthesis and transformation techniques for computer-aided development of logic programs. Among the topics addressed are deductive and inductive program synthesis, synthesis models based on constructive type theory, program specification, program analysis, theorem proving, and applications to various types of programs.
 

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Contents

Preserving Characteristic Trees Without Constraints
1
Memoing Evaluation by SourcetoSource Transformation
17
the Reordering Problem
33
Derivation of Concurrent Algorithms in Tempo
46
An ArgumentationTheoretic Approach to Logic Program Transformation
61
Complexity of Horn Programs
76
Studying the Cost of Logic Languages in an Abstract Interpretation Framework for Granularity Analysis
91
Towards Automatic Control for CLPx Programs
106
Logic Program Synthesis by Induction over Horn Clauses
170
Logic Program Transformation through Generalization Schemata Extended Abstract
171
An Opportunistic Approach for Logic Program Analysis and Optimisation Using Enhanced SchemaBased Transformations
174
Solving Deductive Planning Problems Using Program Analysis and Transformation
189
Towards a Complete Proof Procedure to Prove Properties of Normal Logic Programs under the Completion
204
Termination of Logic Programs Using Semantic Unification
219
On the Mechanics of Metasystem Hierarchies in Program Transformation
234
Efficient Translation of Lazy Functional Logic Programs into Prolog
252

Ideal Refinement of Datalog Programs
120
Guiding Program Development Systems by a Connection Based Proof Strategy
137
Towards an ObjectOriented Methodology for Deductive Synthesis of Logic Programs
152

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