By Michel Parigot, Andrei Voronkov

This ebook constitutes the refereed complaints of the seventh overseas convention on good judgment for Programming and automatic Reasoning, LPAR 2000, held in Reunion Island, France in November 2000. The 26 revised complete papers awarded including 4 invited contributions have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from sixty five submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on nonmonotonic reasoning, descriptive complexity, specification and automated proof-assistants, theorem proving, verification, common sense programming and constraint good judgment programming, nonclassical logics and the lambda calculus, good judgment and databases, software research, mu-calculus, making plans and reasoning approximately activities.

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The arguments of valency 1 are the first arguments of f and the last ones are of valency 0. There are separated by ’;’, like the normal/safe arguments of [3]. -Y. Moyen 1. The following program is terminating using either M P O, M P O or LM P O by setting add ≺F mult. add : Nat1 , Nat0 → Nat and [[add]](x, y) = x + y add(0; y) → y add(suc(x); y) → suc(add(x; y)) mult : Nat1 , Nat1 → Nat and [[mult]](x, y) = x × y mult(0, y; ) → 0 mult(suc(x), y; ) → add(y; mult(x, y; )) 2. The exponential program given in Example 2(2) is terminating using either MPO or M P O but not with LMPO.

Hence, we only consider normal forms in T (C) as being defined. Closed terms are interpreted by elements of the algebra T (C)/E, that is the initial algebra of the class of models of the set of program rules E. Definition 7. The semantics of a type s is the set of constructor terms whose type is s. That is [[s]] = {t : s | t ∈ T (C)}. Definition 8. Let main be a program and Γ (main) = (s1 , · · · , sn ) → s. The function computed by main is [[main]] : [[s1 ]] × · · · × [[sn ]] → [[s]] which is defined !

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