Goal-Directed Proof Search in Multiple-Conclusions Intuitionistic Logic

@inproceedings{Harland2000GoalDirectedPS,
  title={Goal-Directed Proof Search in Multiple-Conclusions Intuitionistic Logic},
  author={J. Harland and Tatjana Lutovac and M. Winikoff},
  booktitle={Computational Logic},
  year={2000}
}
A key property in the definition of logic programming languages is the completeness of goal-directed proofs. This concept originated in the study of logic programming languages for intuitionistic logic in the (single-conclusioned) sequent calculus LJ, but has subsequently been adapted to multiple-conclusioned systems such as those for linear logic. Given these developments, it seems interesting to investigate the notion of goal-directed proofs for a multiple-conclusioned sequent calculus for… Expand
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