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By Brazil) Congress of Logic Applied to Technology 2002 (Sao Paulo, Joao Inacio Da Silva Filho, Jair Minoro Abe

Common sense (both Classical and Non-Classical) is being more and more comparable with different fields in nearly each medical self-discipline and human job. during this quantity now we have emphasised its position within the following fields of technology: man made Intelligence, Robotics, Informatics often, expertise, and correlated topics. The papers are written through probably the most renowned scientists of this day.

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The result is clear. U'(B(x,)} = 1. K. Nakamatsu and A. /t) for distinct from Xj(z = 1, . . , n). Thus, if U'(Bfa)) = V'(B * fo), then U(VxiBfa)) = 1 iff ^((Vx^^))*) = 1. From the induction hypothesis, U'(B(xi)) = V'(B * (xi)). Hence, U(VxiBfa)) = 1 iff V((VxiBfa))*) = 1. [Case 2] In this case, A contains description. Basis. For an atomic formula P(tl, . . , tm), we consider only the case such that the j-th argument V contains a term of the form LXiB(xi), where B(xi) contains no description for simplicity.

N), i(yi) ^(A* (y,) = Xi = j/<))) A a:,- = a,)), where at is a particular constant in SEn such that t/(a,) = ^ an<^ ^ G Gz : 5. for an atomic formula P t 1 , . . , t m , 22 K. Nakamatsu cmd A. Suzuki / Automated Theorem Proving (i) if none of tl, . . , tm contains a term of the form LXiA, (i) let P(ix il >li(xi 1 ),. ,ixlniAm(xlm)) stand for P(t1,. tm). where ix^A^x^) ..... LX im^m(xim} are all outermost descriptions occurring in tl ..... tm left to right. then where each ij(l < j < m) is one of 1.

Let P be a program and Vx! • • • Vx n (Ei V • • • V EM 4-> R(Xl,- • • , x n ) ) be the completed definition of R in P. conjunction of formulas This formula is logically equivalent to the Vx! • • •Vxn(El V • • • V EM Vx! i A ••• A-i£ Each £,(1 < z < M) is of a form, 3yi • • • 3j/ fc (xi =

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