Weakening implication by assuming the object identity bias allows for both a model-theoretical and a proof-theoretical definition of a novel and more manageable ordering relationship over clausal spaces. In this paper, we give two important results, namely the soundness and the refutation completeness (through a subsumption theorem) of the underlying derivation procedure, that make this relationship particularly appealing for inducing a generalization model for clausal search spaces.

OI-implication: Soundness and Refutation Completeness

ESPOSITO, Floriana;FANIZZI, Nicola;FERILLI, Stefano;SEMERARO, Giovanni
2001

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Weakening implication by assuming the object identity bias allows for both a model-theoretical and a proof-theoretical definition of a novel and more manageable ordering relationship over clausal spaces. In this paper, we give two important results, namely the soundness and the refutation completeness (through a subsumption theorem) of the underlying derivation procedure, that make this relationship particularly appealing for inducing a generalization model for clausal search spaces.
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