- University of Kent, Inghilterra
Tuesday, March 2, 2004
A goal-independent suspension analysis is presented that infers a class of goals for which a logic program with delay can be executed without suspension. The crucial point is that the analysis does not verify that an (abstract) goal does not lead to non-suspension but infers (abstract) goals that do not lead to non-suspension. The analysis has applications in debugging, verification and program optimisation.