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This table is searched to find missing, conflicting, redundant or subsumed rules or rule pairs. For large rule bases such a table would be huge and very time consuming to analyse. Nguyen et al. [10] developed an algorithm to statically analyse the logical semantics of the rule base. The algorithm forms an IF-THEN table which shows the relations between IF and THEN parts of different rules. The table is analysed to detect relationship between rules in the rule base. Nguyen et al. [11,12] report another algorithm ARC which uses logic, set theory and unification theory to detect inconsistencies in the rule base.

The condition is satisfied in region 2 of the AS by the PWME. The state E of the AS refers to the set of PWMEs in set £. An individual PWME, which is a member of the set, maps to a region of the AS. The state E maps to a region of the AS obtained by union of the regions mapped by individual PWMEs in the set E. A rule R is instantiated by the state E, if each condition in the rule is satisfied in the region of the AS mapped by E. An instantiated rule, when fired, changes the state E by either adding new PWMEs or deleting PWMEs which instantiate the rule.

Let Q / be the region of AS where attribute test i is satisfied by the PWME. Note that Q i is a subset of the region represented by the PWME. (In the RETE algorithm, the region Q , is represented by the PWME. ) If there are m ATs in rule R, then the region in AS where attribute tests in the rule are satisfied (a node in a discrimination network) is given by Inter-condition Tests (IT) : An inter-condition test fails at a node iff the two PWMEs cannot satisfy the condition (denoted by the node) at any point in the AS.

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