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## 12.9 Review

The following are the main points you should have learned from this chapter:

- In domains characterized by individuals and relations, constants denoting individuals and predicate symbols denoting relations can be reasoned with to determine what is true in the domain.
- Datalog is a logical language with constants, universally quantified variables, relations, and rules.
- Substitutions are used to make instances of atoms and rules. Unification makes atoms identical for use in proofs.
- Function symbols are used to denote a possibly infinite set of individuals described in terms of other individuals. Function symbols can be used to build data structures.
- It is possible to use definite clauses to represent natural language grammars.
- Equality between terms means that the terms denote the same individual.
- Clark's completion can be used to define the semantics of negation as failure under the complete knowledge assumption.