Martin Schwengerer

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Answer Set Programming is a well-established paradigm of declarative programming in close relationship with other declarative formalisms such as SAT Modulo Theories, Constraint Handling Rules, PDDL and many others. Since its first informal editions, ASP systems are compared in the nowadays customary ASP Competition. The fourth ASP Competition, held in(More)
We consider the two-echelon location-routing problem (2ELRP), a well-known problem in freight distribution arising when establishing a two-level transport system with limited capacities. The problem is a generalization of the NP-hard location routing problem (LRP), involving strategic (location), tactical (allocation) and operational (routing) decisions at(More)
System competitions evaluate solvers and compare state-of-the-art implementations on benchmark sets in a dedicated and controlled computing environment, usually comprising of multiple machines. Recent initiatives such as [6] aim at establishing best practices in computer science evaluations, especially identifying measures to be taken for ensuring(More)
In software testing, the small-scope hypothesis states that a high proportion of errors can be found by testing a program for all test inputs within some small scope. In this paper, we evaluate the small-scope hypothesis for answer-set programming (ASP). To this end, we follow work in traditional testing and base our evaluation on mutation analysis. In(More)
Plagiarism detection is a growing need among educational institutions and solutions for different purposes exist. An important field in this direction is detecting cases of source-code plagiarism. In this paper, we present the tool Kato for supporting the detection of this kind of plagiarism in the area of answer-set programming (ASP). Currently, the tool(More)
We present the tool Kato which is, to the best of our knowledge, the first tool for plagiarism detection that is directly tailored for answer-set programming (ASP). Kato aims at finding similarities between (segments of) logic programs to help detecting cases of plagiarism. Currently, the tool is realised for DLV programs but it is designed to handle(More)
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