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Date: 2002-07-25 (18:16)
From: Oleg <oleg_inconnu@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Rule based language
On Thursday 25 July 2002 09:30 am, wrote:
> ruleset: 1 is a => b;
> dataset: a;
> goals: g is a and b;
> ------------------------------
> The meaning of Rule 1 is that if "a" is in the dataset, then
> it is removed from the dataset, and "b" is added to the
> dataset.
> The meaning of goal "g" is that both "a" and "b" are
> in the dataset after some sequence of rule activations.
> In this case, additive and multiplicate readings are
> different, because it is possible to reach both "a" and "b",
> but they cannot coexists.

I'm glad we straightened this out. In my program 

"a", "b", etc. are logical variables
"and" is logical AND (aka "multiplication")
"=>" is logical inference

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