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Semantic goal-directed forward reasoning is a three stage procedure. In the first stage a reference set of models is generated from the negated theorem. In the second stage the assumption clause set is refined to a set which has an as small set of models as possible in common with the negated theorem with respect to the reference set of models. In the last… (More)

In this contribution we present a variant of a resolution theorem prover which selects resolution steps based on the proportion of models a newly generated clause satisfies compared to all models given in a reference class. This reference class is generated from a subset of the initial clause set. Since the empty clause does not satisfy any models ,… (More)

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