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by earl, 5302 days agoFrom Alan Robinson's original text describing the resolution principle:
"2.19 Ground resolvents. If C and D are two ground clauses, and L ⊆ C, M ⊆ D are two singletons (unit sets) whose respective members form a complementary pair, then the ground clause: (C − L) ∪ (D − M) is called a ground resolvent of C and D."
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