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This paper introduces various inference rules (deduction, abduction, and induction) in Non-Axiomatic Logic. These rules are represented in a term-oriented language, and justified according to a common semantic foundation. The implementation and application of these rules are briefly described. Finally, this approach is compared with the other approaches, specially with respect to abduction.fatcat:pfa3e4whcbaztokrqhb5y5wnwi