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Abductive Logic Programming - What is abduction in logic programming?


Abduction in logic programming, often referred to as Abductive Logic Programming (ALP), is a sophisticated framework for representing knowledge that employs abductive reasoning to solve problems in a declarative manner. ALP enhances traditional logic programming by allowing for the declaration of certain predicates as abducible, meaning they can be defined incompletely.