A Practical Framework for the Abstract Interpretation of Logic Programs

@article{Bruynooghe1991APF,
  title={A Practical Framework for the Abstract Interpretation of Logic Programs},
  author={Maurice Bruynooghe},
  journal={J. Log. Program.},
  year={1991},
  volume={10},
  pages={91-124}
}
INTERPRETATION OF LOGIC PROGRAMS 93 AND-OR tree (Section 3.1). In Section 3.2, we introduce the building blocks: procedure entry, procedure exit, and abstract interpretation of built-ins; also we formulate and prove conditions for their correctness. Because recursive procedures cause the abstract AND-OR tree to be infinite, we introduce in Section 3.3 the abstract AND-OR graph, which can be kept finite. Conditions for termination of the construction procedure are developed in Section 3.4. The… CONTINUE READING
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