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G. likes("John Smith","Prolog and CLP") that may be either a false (unsatisfied) statement or a true (satisfied) statement for some particular "John Smith" from my group of 20 students5 . e. their order matters; it must be the same for any usage of the predicate. This is so because Prolog and CLP identify variables across clauses not by their names, but by their position in the tuple. Thus likes("John Smith","Prolog and CLP") and likes("Prolog and CLP","John Smith"), should not appear in the same program, although they may mean (from the programmers point of view) exactly the same thing.

In the beginning was Prolog may be generated. The important thing to remember is that only heads may be removed from a list, and only heads me be added to a list. pl that reverses the order of list elements using two private predicates: 1. my_reverse(Initial_list, Reversed_list) 2. my_reverse(Initial_list, Reversed_list, Accumulator_of_reversed_list) The name my_reverse was chosen to distinguish it from the built-in reverse/2, which does exactly the same job. The program is removing successively heads from the the Initial_list and adding the removed heads successively to the initially empty list named Accumulator_of_reversed_list.

Dn ; • a set of constraints between variables. , ×Dik that determines variable values corresponding to each other in a sense defined by the problem considered. Quite often the constraints may not be stated as relations, but by equations, inequalities, subroutines etc. The number of variables present in a constraint is named arity of this constraint. A constraint for a single variable is unary, for two - binary, for k > 2 - k-ary; • a CSP solution is given by any assignment of domain values to variables that satisfies all constraints.

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