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Horn clauses in Prolog can be separated into three groups: (1) Clauses without conditions (facts): (2) Clauses with conditions (rules): A. A :- B1, …, Bn. (3) Goal clauses (queries): ? :- B1,…,Bn. Semantics of above Horn clauses is informally described as follows: (1) The clause A states that A is true for any assignments on variables. (2) The clause A :- B1,…,Bn states that for any assignments on variables: if B1,…, and Bn are evaluated to be true, then A must also be true. (3) The goal clause ?
B1,…,Bn represents a query that will be executed. Execution of a Prolog program is initiated by the user's posting of a query; the Prolog engine tries to find a resolution refutation of the negated query. For example, here are two Horn clauses: a) W(X,Y) :- P(X), Q(Y). -R(X,Y),Q(Y). Logic Foundation of Artificial Intelligence 35 The Horn clause indexed by i) is a rule, with P(X), Q(Y) the body and W(X,Y) the head. The Horn clause indexed by ii) is a query with R(X,Y),Q(Y) the body. The intuition of the query indexed by ii) is that whether R(X,Y) and Q(Y) hold and what are the value of X and Y in the case that R(X,Y)∧Q(Y) holds.
Q(X,Y), p(Y,b). - p(b, b). - p(b, b). -p(X ,b). G is put into stack A resolvent is put into stack An element is poped, then the resolvent is put into stack The pop operation is triggered for three times the resolvent is put into stack is poped 2. Completeness of SLD resolution proces is destroyed by the depth-first search strategy. This problem can be partially solved according to change the order of sub-goals and the order of clauses of the program. For example, consider the following program: (1) p(f(X)):- p(X).