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A Non-Termination Criterion for Binary Constraint Logic Programs

Abstract : On the one hand, termination analysis of logic programs is now a fairly established research topic within the logic programming community. On the other hand, non-termination analysis seems to remain a much less attractive subject. If we divide this line of research into two kinds of approaches: dynamic versus static analysis, this paper belongs to the latter. It proposes a criterion for detecting non-terminating atomic queries with respect to binary CLP rules, which strictly generalizes our previous works on this subject. We give a generic operational definition and an implemented logical form of this criterion. Then we show that the logical form is correct and complete with respect to the operational definition.
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Etienne Payet, Frédéric Mesnard. A Non-Termination Criterion for Binary Constraint Logic Programs. Theory and Practice of Logic Programming, Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2009, 9 (2), pp.145-164. ⟨hal-01186175⟩



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