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Logic Programming from the Perspective of Algebraic Semantics


We present an approach to foundations of logic programming in which the connection with algebraic semantics becomes apparent. The approach is based on omega-Herbrand models instead of conventional Herbrand models. We give a proof of Clark's theorem on completeness of SLD-resolution by methods of the algebraic semantics. We prove the existence property for definite programs.