lpopt: A Rule Optimization Tool for Answer Set Programming

19 Aug 2016Manuel BichlerMichael MorakStefan Woltran

State-of-the-art answer set programming (ASP) solvers rely on a program called a grounder to convert non-ground programs containing variables into variable-free, propositional programs. The size of this grounding depends heavily on the size of the non-ground rules, and thus, reducing the size of such rules is a promising approach to improve solving performance... (read more)

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