A Horn Clause logic programming language, called Starlog, which
allows execution of programs involving time is described. A sound
and complete bottom up execution procedure for the language is
described. An extended example of Programming in Starlog is
given in the form of a solution to the colliding pucks problem.
A discussion of the features necessary for a distributed implementation
of Starlog are given.
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