Input-consuming programs are logic programs with an additional restriction on the selectability (actually, on the resolvability) of atoms. This class of programs arguably allows to model logic programs employing a dynamic selection rule and constructs such as delay declarations: as shown also in , a large number of them are actually input-consuming.
In this paper we show that - under some syntactic restrictions - the S-semantics of a program is correct and fully abstract also for input-consuming programs. This allows us to conclude that for a large class of programs employing delay declarations there exists a model-theoretic semantics which is equivalent to the operational one.
|Conference||Computational Logic (CL)|
|Period||1/01/00 → 1/01/00|
- Dynamic scheduling
- Logic Programming