f-logic

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F-Logic definition


An object-oriented language and deductive database system.
["F-Logic: A Higher-Order Language for Reasoning about Objects, Inheritance and Scheme", ACM SIGMOD May 1989, pp. 134-146].
(1994-10-20)

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