On 8/22/2012 1:04 PM, Richard Ruquist wrote:
5.Inference is logical, and logic swims upstream against time.
/ "Prolog’s backward-chaining strategy dualizes this by viewing logic as primary and time as swimming upstream against logic, / / but this amounts to the same thing. The basic idea is that time and logic flow in opposite directions."/


Logic, including Prolog, has no concept of time. Creating temporal logics is a subject of research.

Brent

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