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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Much research in logic programming and non-monotonic reasoning originates from dissatisfaction with classical logic as a knowledge representation language, and with classical deduction as a mode for automated reasoning. Discarding these classical roots has generated many interesting and fruitful ideas. However, to ensure the lasting impact of the results that have been achieved, it is important that they should not remain disconnected from their classical roots. Ultimately, a clear picturedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-20832-4_2 fatcat:yrydik5mlrgmxd7azmhpuudz7i