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Inference Methods Propositional and Predicate Calculus

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Propositional Logic A declarative statement such as “Bill is a CS student” has a truth value of T or F and is denoted by P (a truth variable) Propositions may be combined with logical operators and the composite statement has value as shown below. –P Q is true if either P or Q are true and false if both are false –P Q is true if both P and Q are true and false if either is false. –¬ P is true if P is false and false if P is true –P Q is true if P and Q have the same truth value and false if their values differ –P Q is false if P is true and Q is false and true otherwise. A tautology is always true. –P Q ¬ P Q is a tautology. –P (Q R) (P Q) (P R) is a tautology.

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Terminology is negation, is conjunction, is disjunction, is conditional, is equivalence Atomic expression is P,Q,etc representing a declarative statement having value of True or False, or True or False A fully parenthesized expression fpe is a well-formed formula and is constructed according to following rules –Any atomic expression –If A is a fpe, so is A –If A,B are fpe’s, so are (A B), (A B), (A B) and (A B)

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Precedence Relations and Truth Tables has highest precedence, then , , , and . Every logical operatior is left associative. A truth table gives the values of an logical expression for every combination of truth values of the atomic statements. It can be used to prove a tautology: –P (Q R) (P Q) (P R) PQR Q RP QP RP (Q R)(P Q) (P R) FFF FFT FTF FTT TFF TFT TTF TTT

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Proof by Truth Table P (Q R) (P Q) (P R) PQR Q RP QP RP (Q R)(P Q) (P R) FFFFFFFFT FFTFFTFFT FTFFTFFFT FTTTTTTTT TFFFTTTTT TFTFTTTTT TTFFTTTTT TTTTTTTTT

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Contradiction & Proof by Contradiction A contradiction is always false Suppose A are axioms assumed to be true. –Want to show A T –If T A False is a tautology, then T A must be false So, since A is true, T must be false and so T is true.

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Rules of Inference P, P Q then Q - modus ponens ¬ Q, P Q then ¬ P - modus tollens P Q, Q R then P R - chaining (¬ P Q), (P R) (Q R) – resolution – P R ¬R P –¬ P Q P Q – ¬R Q Q R

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Resolution In Propositional Calculus Refutation –Resolution is not complete since P Q P Q but cannot infer from P,Q. –However can show that (P Q) is inconsistent with P Q. (P Q) P, Q which resolve with P,Q to give the empty clause Since P Q is assumed to be true and the empty clause is false, P Q follows from P Q (proof by contradiction)

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Resolution Refutation –Let W be a set of wffs. Want to show that W t Convert W to clause form C. Convert t to clause form c. Iteratively apply resolution to C U {c}, adding the resolvent until either no more resolvents can be added or until the empty clause Ø is produced. If Ø is produced, then W t else t does not follow from W

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(deftemplate term (slot cid) (slot tid) (slot sign) (slot pSym) (slot Proc) ) (deftemplate match-fact (multislot match)) (deffacts clauses (term (cid 1) (tid 1) (sign T) (pSym P) (Proc N)) (term (cid 1) (tid 2) (sign T) (pSym Q) (Proc N)) (term (cid 2) (tid 3) (sign F) (pSym P) (Proc N)) (term (cid 2) (tid 4) (sign T) (pSym R) (Proc N)) (term (cid 2) (tid 5) (sign T) (pSym S) (Proc N)) (maxCID 2) (not-matched) ) Modeling Clauses with CLIPS

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(defrule match (term (cid ?i) (tid ?r1) (sign T) (pSym ?X) (Proc N)) (term (cid ?j) (tid ?r2) (sign F) (pSym ?X) (Proc N)) (test (not (= ?i ?j))) ?idx <- (not-matched) ?jdx <- (maxCID ?n) => (printout t "Matched clause " ?i " with clause " ?j crlf) (retract ?idx ) (retract ?jdx ) (assert (matched)) (assert (maxCID (+ ?n 1))) (assert (match ?i ?j)) (assert (omit1 ?r1)) (assert (omit2 ?r2)) ) Resolution Rule

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(defrule mark-terms-in-resolved-clauses (match ?i ?j) ?mrk <- (term (cid ?c) (tid ?t) (sign ?s) (pSym ?p) (Proc N)) (test (or (= ?c ?i) (= ?c ?j))) => (retract ?mrk) (assert (term (cid ?c) (tid ?t) (sign ?s) (pSym ?p) (Proc Y))) ) Mark Terms in two clauses

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(defrule build-resolventfrom1 (match ?i ?j) (term (cid ?i) (tid ?t) (sign ?s) (pSym ?X) (Proc Y)) (maxCID ?mc) (omit1 ?r1) (test (not (= ?t ?r1))) => (assert (term (cid ?mc) (tid ?t) (sign ?s) (pSym ?X) (Proc N))) (printout t "Resolvent clause " ?mc " with terms " ?t crlf) ) Add other terms to resolvent from 1 st clause

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(defrule build-resolventfrom2 ?idx <- (match ?i ?j) (term (cid ?j) (tid ?t) (sign ?s) (pSym ?X) (Proc Y)) (maxCID ?mc) (omit2 ?r2) (test (not (= ?t ?r2))) => (assert (term (cid ?mc) (tid ?t) (sign ?s) (pSym ?X) (Proc N))) (printout t "Resolvent clause " ?mc " with terms " ?t crlf) ) Add other terms to resolvent from 2 nd clause

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