Almost Definite Causal Theories

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The language of nonmonotonic causal theories, defined by Norman McCain and Hudson Turner, is an important formalism for representing properties of actions. For causal theories of a special kind, called definite, a simple translation into the language of logic programs under the answer set semantics is available. In this paper we define a similar translation for causal theories of a more general form, called al-.
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