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Can be refuted, the Modularization Algorithm never terminates, and it cannot be modularized, because the second and the third clauses of the definition of p are essentially generators. However, since it is sufficient to show that the constraint to be modularized is satisßable if it does not include any variables, a constraint @ Computability of Modularization of Constraints 39 p ( b , a , f ( a , b ) ) can be modularized, although a storage problem may occur when breadth-ßrst traverse is selected,9 and the algorithm does not necessarily terminate when depth-first traverse is selected.

The discussion here concerns only the syntax of the formulae. The semantics of the formulae is described in Section 4. 1 p-formulae on arbitrary sets We introduce logical connectives and define p-formulae on an arbitrary set. Definition 3 -■, Λ and V are logical connectives. The intended meanings of the logical connectives are negation (-»), conjunction (Λ), and disjunction (V). We assume that the logical connectives are different from other symbols. Definition 4 For any set B, p-formulae on B are denned inductively as follows : 1.

Aim),. · · ,Pk(o>ki,. · ·, afcn). is as follows: {< X\,... ,Χι > | p i ( a n , . . , a i m ) , . . , Χι are variables included in the above constraint, where several assignments can be made for the variables. In other words, we regard the semantics of a constraint as a tuple of (possibly specified) variables that satisfies the constraint. 3 (Modularly defined predicate) A predicate is modularly denned if each clause of its definitions satisfies either of the following conditions 1 and 2 individually: 1.

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