Reactive answer set programming
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We introduce the first approach to Reactive Answer Set Programming, aiming at reasoning about real-time dynamic systems running online in changing environments. We start by laying the theoretical foundations by appeal to module theory. With this, we elaborate upon the composition of the various offline and online programs in order to pave the way for stream-driven grounding and solving. Finally, we describe the implementation of a reactive ASP solver, oclingo.
Logic Programming and Nonmonotonic Reasoning
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