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This book covers a range of applications of logic to AI, from resolution to reflection. Some of the chapters cover current "hot" topics such as nonmonotonic reasoning and epistemic logic for which textbook summaries have not been available. Each chapter ends with a brief bibliographic essay covering work through 1987. For those who haven't kept up with the… (More)
This book was originally published in French in 1985. The author attempts to treat in details some topics which are often ignored in most standard database texts [1, 2]. In his book, Daniel Martin attempts to point out the weakness of the relational data model such as the uselessness of functional dependency and normal forms in practical DBMSs, and the lack… (More)