Translate answer set programs to first-order theorem prover language (local mirror of https://github.com/potassco/anthem for development purposes) https://potassco.org/
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Translate answer set programs to first-order theorem prover language

Overview

anthem translates ASP programs (in the input language of clingo) to the language of first-order theorem provers such as Prover9.

Usage

$ anthem [--no-complete] [--no-simplify] [--no-detect-integers] file...

By default, anthem performs Clark’s completion on the translated formulas, detects which variables are integer, and simplifies the output by applying several basic transformation rules.

These processing steps can be turned off with the options --no-complete, --no-simplify, and --no-detect-integers.

Building

anthem requires CMake for building. After installing the dependencies, anthem is built with a C++17 compiler (GCC ≥ 7.3 or clang ≥ 5.0).

$ git clone https://github.com/potassco/anthem.git
$ cd anthem
$ git submodule update --init --recursive
$ mkdir -p build/release
$ cd build/release
$ cmake ../.. -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release
$ make

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