#lang scheme ;;; PLT Scheme Inference Collection ;;; inference-control.ss ;;; Copyright (c) 2006-2008 M. Douglas Williams ;;; ;;; This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or ;;; modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public ;;; License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either ;;; version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. ;;; ;;; This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, ;;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of ;;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU ;;; Lesser General Public License for more details. ;;; ;;; You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public ;;; License along with this library; if not, write to the Free ;;; Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA ;;; 02111-1307 USA. ;;; ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; ;;; This module contains the main inference engine routines. ;;; ;;; Pretty much any mutable lists will be visible here. With V2.0.1 I am trying ;;; to limit mutable lists to just those that (I think) greatly affect ;;; performance. These are: ;;; - the agenda ;;; - matches ;;; ;;; Version Date Comments ;;; 1.0.1 07/16/06 Modified assert, retract, and modify to maintain the ;;; assertion index. Eventually need to revisit the code for ;;; efficiency. (Doug Williams) ;;; 1.0.2 07/19/06 Added stop-simulation, succeed, and fail. Fixed notall and ;;; all existential processing. Fixed check to return the ;;; correct assertion. (Doug Williams) ;;; 1.0.3 07/22/06 Cleaned up the code (e.g. merged code to activate data and ;;; goal rules). Made trace more readable. (Doug Williams) ;;; 1.0.4 07/24/06 Added import and export. (Doug Williams) ;;; 1.0.5 07/30/06 Added initial support for shared nodes in the rule network. ;;; (Doug Williams) ;;; 1.0.6 08/18/06 Store the value of n for each match node rather than re- ;;; computing it. (Doug Williams) ;;; 1.0.7 08/18/06 Made agenda use depth first insertion within other ;;; strategies. (Doug Williams) ;;; 1.0.8 08/25/06 Added assumption processing. (Doug Williams) ;;; 1.0.9 09/23/06 Changed (original) modify to replace and added reuse of the ;;; assertion object. (Doug Williams) ;;; 1.0.10 03/07/07 Added match count indexing. (Doug Williams) ;;; 2.0.0 06/26/08 Changes for V4.0. (Doug Williams) ;;; 2.0.1 07/02/08 Getting mutable lists straightened out. Changing bindings ;;; back to immutable lists. (Doug Williams) ;;; 2.0.2 12/25/08 Added module contracts and cleaned up the code. (Doug ;;; Williams ;;; 2.0.3 12/26/08 Fixed a bug with mutable lists for backward chaining. ;;; (Doug Williams) ;;; 2.0.4 09/14/09 Fixed errors in node copying. (Doug Williams) (require "ontology.ss") (require "inference-environments.ss") (require "bindings.ss") (require "patterns.ss") (require "facts.ss") (require "rulesets.ss") (require "matches.ss") (require "assertions.ss") (require "counts.ss") (require scheme/mpair) (require (only-in srfi/1 delete! append! list-copy)) (define (mlist-copy mlst) (if (null? mlst) '() (mcons (mcar mlst) (mlist-copy (cdr mlst))))) (define-namespace-anchor anchor) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Indexing ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; These routines implement the indexing strategies for the inference engine. ;;; The level-1 indices are references via the corresponding fields in the ;;; current inference environment. The indices and keys are: ;;; ;;; index level-1 key level-2 key ;;; assertion-index fact-first fact ;;; data-index fact-first ;;; goal-index fact-first ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Assertion Index ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; (assertion-level-2-index fact) -> hash? ;;; fact : fact? ;;; Returns the level-2 assertion index for fact. A new level-2 index is ;;; created if needed. (define (assertion-level-2-index fact) (let ((level-1-index (current-inference-assertion-index)) (level-1-key (fact-first fact))) (hash-ref level-1-index level-1-key (lambda () (let ((level-2-index (make-hash))) (hash-set! level-1-index level-1-key level-2-index) level-2-index))))) ;;; (assertion-index-find fact) -> (or/c assertion? false/c) ;;; fact : fact? ;;; Returns the existing assertion for fact, or #f if the fact is not (currently) ;;; asserted. (define (assertion-index-find fact) (hash-ref (assertion-level-2-index fact) fact #f)) ;;; (assertion-index-add assertion) -> void? ;;; assertion : assertion? ;;; Adds the assertion to the assertion index using fact. (define (assertion-index-add assertion) (let ((fact (assertion-fact assertion))) (hash-set! (assertion-level-2-index fact) fact assertion))) ;;; (assertion-index-remove assertion) -> void? ;;; assertion : assertion? ;;; Removes the assertion from the assertion index. (define (assertion-index-remove assertion) (let ((fact (assertion-fact assertion))) (hash-remove! (assertion-level-2-index fact) fact))) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Data Index ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; (data-index-find assertion) -> (listof match-node?) ;;; assertion : assertion? ;;; Returns a list of (non-goal) match nodes whose pattern have initial symbols ;;; matching the initial symbol in the assertion fact. (define (data-index-find assertion) (let ((fact (assertion-fact assertion))) (hash-ref (current-inference-data-index) (fact-first fact) '()))) (define (data-index-find-name name) (hash-ref (current-inference-data-index) name '())) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Goal Index ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; (goal-index-find assertion) -> (listof match-node?) ;;; assertion : assertion? ;;; Returns a list of (goal) match nodes whose pattern have initial symbols ;;; matching the initial symbol in the assertion fact. (define (goal-index-find assertion) (let ((fact (assertion-fact assertion))) (hash-ref (current-inference-goal-index) (fact-first fact) '()))) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Assert, Retract, and Replace ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- (define (pragma? fact) (and (list? fact) (keyword? (car fact)))) ;;; (assert fact [reason]) -> assertion? ;;; fact : fact? ;;; reason : any/c = (current-inference-rule) ;;; Assert a fact. This function returns a new assertion from the given fact. It ;;; does not check to see if the fact has already been asserted. The assertion is ;;; passed into the rule network for inferencing. ;;; Note that this code is reused in replace. Any changes here need to ;;; be made there too. ;;; MDW - I'm not sure that the reason makes sense as an argument here. It might ;;; be better to let assert determine the reason based on the current state (e.g. ;;; rule). (define (assert fact (reason (current-inference-rule))) (if (pragma? fact) (assert-pragma fact) (let ((assertion (assertion-index-find fact))) (if assertion ;; Existing assertion, just update the reason and return the assertion. (begin (set-assertion-reason! assertion reason) ;; Trace the assertion. (when (current-inference-trace) (printf ">>> ~a~n" assertion))) ;; Fact is not (currently) asserted. (begin ;; Create a new assertion. (set! assertion (make-assertion fact reason)) ;; Add it to the assertion index. (assertion-index-add assertion) ;; Trace the assertion. (when (current-inference-trace) (printf ">>> ~a~n" assertion)) ;; Match and propagate assertion through rule network. ; (for-each ; (lambda (match-node) ; (match-node-assert match-node assertion)) ; (data-index-find assertion)) (for* ((name (if (current-inference-ontology) (in-list (class-ancestor-names (ontology-find-class (current-inference-ontology) (fact-first fact)))) (list (fact-first fact)))) (match-node (in-list (data-index-find-name name)))) (match-node-assert match-node assertion)) )) ;; Return the assertion. assertion))) (define (assert-pragma pragma) (case (car pragma) ((#:class) (unless (current-inference-ontology) (current-inference-ontology (new-ontology))) (ontology-assert-class (current-inference-ontology) pragma) #f))) ;;; retract assertion) -> void? ;;; assertion : assertion? ;;; Retract an assertion. The retraction is passed into the rule network for ;;; inferencing (define (retract assertion) ;; Remove the assertion for the assertion index. (assertion-index-remove assertion) ;; Trace the retraction. (when (current-inference-trace) (printf "<<< ~s~n" assertion)) ;; Match and unpropagate through the rule network. (for-each (lambda (match-node) (match-node-retract match-node assertion)) (data-index-find assertion))) ;;; (replace assertion fact [reason]) -> assertion? ;;; assertion : assertion? ;;; fact : fact? ;;; reason : any/c = (current-inference-rule) ;;; Replace an assertion. In essence, retract the assertion and then reassert it ;;; using the given fact. (define (replace assertion fact (reason (current-inference-rule))) ;; Retract the assertion. (retract assertion) ;; Re-assert with the new fact and reason. ;; Copies from assert ;(assert fact reason) (set-assertion-fact! assertion fact) (set-assertion-reason! assertion reason) ;; Add it to the assertion index. (assertion-index-add assertion) ;; Trace the assertion. (when (current-inference-trace) (printf ">>> ~s~n" assertion)) ;; Match and propagate assertion through rule network. (for-each (lambda (match-node) (match-node-assert match-node assertion)) (data-index-find assertion)) ;; Return the assertion. assertion) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Check and Query ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; (check fact) -> match? ;;; fact : fact? ;;; Check a fact using backtracking. Can be called directly for a pure backward ;;; chaining strategy. Also called to initiate backward chaining for match nodes. (define (check fact) (let/cc return (let ((assertion (make-assertion fact (current-inference-rule)))) (when (current-inference-trace) (printf "??? ~s~n" assertion)) (for-each (lambda (match-node) (let ((match (match-node-check match-node assertion return))) (when (not (null? match)) (return match)))) (hash-ref (current-inference-goal-index) (fact-first fact) (lambda () '()))) '()))) ;;; (query pattern) -> (listof match?) ;;; pattern : pattern? ;;; Returns a list of assertions matching a pattern. Not currently used ;;; internally. May be useful for dynamic bindings within a rule. (define (query pattern) (let ((matches '())) (hash-for-each (assertion-level-2-index (list (pattern-first pattern))) (lambda (fact assertion) (let* (;(fact (assertion-fact assertion)) (bindings (pattern-unify fact pattern '()))) (when bindings (set! matches (mcons (cons assertion bindings) matches)))))) matches)) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Assume ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; (assume fact) -> any ;;; Initiate a new inference using the assumed fact as a basis. ;;; Note that is experimental. Also, it should allow a list of facts to be ;;; assummed. (define (assume fact) (let ((saved (copy-inference-environment (current-inference-environment)))) (assert fact) (let ((result (start-inference))) (if result (current-inference-exit (inference-environment-exit saved)) (current-inference-environment saved)) result))) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Rule Network ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; (struct node (successors matches)) ;;; successors : (listof node?) ;;; matches : (listof match?) ;;; An anstract structure used to define the nodes in a rule network. There are ;;; concrete structures defined on top of this: match-node, join-node, and rule- ;;; node. The fields are: ;;; successors - list of successor nodes ;;; matches - list of matches for the node ;;; - #f for goal nodes (define-struct node (successors matches) #:inspector (make-inspector) #:mutable) ;;; (struct (match-node node) (assertion-variable ;;; pattern ;;; match-constraint-variables ;;; match-constraints ;;; match-constraint-predicate ;;; n)) ;;; assertion-variable : (or/c variable? false/c) ;;; pattern : pattern? ;;; match-constraint-variables : (listof variable?) ;;; match-constraints : (listof list?) ;;; match-constraint-predicate : (or/c procedure? false/c) ;;; n : exact-nonnegative-integer? ;;; The fields are: ;;; assertion-variable - assertion variable or #f ;;; pattern - pattern to be matched ;;; match-constraint-variables ;;; - a list of the variables in the match constraints ;;; match-constraints - a list of the match constraints ;;; match-constraint-predicate ;;; - match constraint predicate ;;; n - number of assertions for initial symbol (define-struct (match-node node) (assertion-variable pattern match-constraint-variables match-constraints match-constraint-predicate (n #:mutable)) #:inspector (make-inspector)) ;;; (struct (join-node node) (left ;;; right ;;; join-constraint-variables ;;; join-constraints ;;; join-constraint-predicate ;;; existential? ;;; match-counts)) ;;; left : (or/c node? false/c) ;;; right : node? ;;; join-constraint-variables : (listof variable?) ;;; join-constraints : (listof list?) ;;; join-constraint-predicate : (or/c procedure? false/c) ;;; existential? : (one-of/c #f 'no 'notany 'any 'notall 'all) ;;; match-counts : counts? ;;; The fields are: ;;; left - left node (#f or another join node) ;;; right - right node (match node) ;;; join-constraint-variables ;;; - a list of the variables in the join constraints ;;; join-constraints - a list of the join constraints ;;; join-constraint-predicate ;;; - join constraint predicate ;;; existential? - existential nature of the associated match node ;;; (right) ;;; #f - not an existential match ;;; no, notany - no assertions match ;;; any - at least one match ;;; notall - at least one doesn't match ;;; all - all assertions match ;;; match-counts - alist of count for joined matches (define-struct (join-node node) (left right join-constraint-variables join-constraints join-constraint-predicate existential? match-counts) #:inspector (make-inspector)) ;;; (struct (rule-node node) (rule join action)) ;;; rule : rule? ;;; join : node? ;;; action: (or/c procedure false/c) ;;; The fields are: ;;; rule - rule structure ;;; join - join node (predecessor) ;;; action - procedure to execute (or #f) (define-struct (rule-node node) (rule join action) #:inspector (make-inspector)) ;;; (get-match-node successors ;;; matches ;;; assertion-variable ;;; pattern ;;; match-constraint-variables ;;; match-constraints ;;; match-constraint-predicate ;;; n) -> match-node? ;;; successors : (listof node?) ;;; matches : (listof match?) ;;; assertion-variable : (or/c variable? false/c) ;;; pattern : pattern? ;;; match-constraint-variables : (listof variable?) ;;; match-constraints : (listof list?) ;;; match-constraint-predicate : (or/c procedure? false/c) ;;; n : exact-nonnegative-integer? ;;; Returns a match node for the given (parsed) pattern. This facilitates reuse ;;; within the rule network for efficiency. (define (get-match-node successors matches assertion-variable pattern match-constraint-variables match-constraints match-constraint-predicate n) (let/ec return ;; Search for an equivalent match node and return it if found. (for-each (lambda (match-node) (when (and (eq? assertion-variable (match-node-assertion-variable match-node)) (equal? pattern (match-node-pattern match-node)) (equal? match-constraint-variables (match-node-match-constraint-variables match-node)) (equal? match-constraints (match-node-match-constraints match-node))) (return match-node))) (hash-ref (current-inference-data-index) (pattern-first pattern) (lambda () '()))) ;; No equivalent match mode found, so create a new one. (let ((match-node (make-match-node successors ; successors matches ; matches assertion-variable ; assertion-variable pattern ; pattern match-constraint-variables ; match-constraint-variables match-constraints ; match-contraints match-constraint-predicate ; match-constraint-predicate n))) ; n (hash-set! (current-inference-data-index) (pattern-first pattern) (cons match-node (hash-ref (current-inference-data-index) (pattern-first pattern) (lambda () '())))) match-node))) ;;; (get-match-node successors ;;; matches ;;; left ;;; right ;;; join-constraint-variables ;;; join-constraints ;;; join-constraint-predicate ;;; existential? ;;; match-counts) -> join-node? ;;; successors : (listof node?) ;;; matches : (listof match?) ;;; left : (or/c node? false/c) ;;; right : node? ;;; join-constraint-variables : (listof variable?) ;;; join-constraints : (listof list?) ;;; join-constraint-predicate : (or/c procedure? false/c) ;;; existential? : (one-of/c #f 'no 'notany 'any 'notall 'all) ;;; match-counts : counts? ;;; Returns a join node for the given join operation. This facilitates reuse ;;; within the rule network for efficiency. (define (get-join-node successors matches left right join-constraint-variables join-constraints join-constraint-predicate existential? match-counts) (let/ec return ;; Search for an equivalent join node and return it if found. (for-each (lambda (join-node) (when (and (join-node? join-node) (eq? left (join-node-left join-node)) (eq? right (join-node-right join-node)) (equal? join-constraint-variables (join-node-join-constraint-variables join-node)) (equal? join-constraints (join-node-join-constraints join-node)) (eq? existential? (join-node-existential? join-node))) (return join-node))) (node-successors left)) ;; No equivalent join mode found, so create a new one. (make-join-node successors matches left right join-constraint-variables join-constraints join-constraint-predicate existential? match-counts))) ;;; (link-nodes predecessor successor) -> void? ;;; predecessor : node? ;;; successor : node? ;;; Link nodes in a predecessor -> successor relationship. (define (link-nodes predecessor successor) (when (not (memq successor (node-successors predecessor))) (set-node-successors! predecessor (cons successor (node-successors predecessor))))) ;;; (add-match-to-node-matches match node) -> void? ;;; match : match? ;;; node : node? ;;; Add a match to the list of matches for a node. (define (add-match-to-node-matches match node) (when (node-matches node) (set-node-matches! node (mcons match (node-matches node))))) ;;; (remove-match-from-node-matches match node) -> void? ;;; match : match? ;;; node : node? ;;; Remove a match from the list of matches for a node. For now, assume we have ;;; the actual match and can use eq?. (define (remove-match-from-node-matches match node) (let/cc exit (let loop ((previous #f) (matches (node-matches node))) (when (not (null? matches)) (when (eq? match (mcar matches)) (if previous (set-mcdr! previous (mcdr matches)) (set-node-matches! node (mcdr matches))) (exit (void))) (loop matches (mcdr matches)))))) ;;; (get-node-matches node bindings) -> (listof match?) ;;; node : node? ;;; bindings : bindings? ;;; Returns the matches for a node. If the node is a backward chaining match ;;; node, then initiate backward chaining. (define (get-node-matches node bindings) (let ((matches (node-matches node))) (if matches matches (if (match-node? node) (check (pattern-substitute (match-node-pattern node) bindings)) #f)))) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Ruleset Activation ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; (activate ruleset) -> void? ;;; ruleset : ruleset? ;;; Activate a ruleset. Builds the rule network for a ruleset by activating all ;;; of its rules. (define (activate ruleset) ;; The initial join nodes is used for all data nodes. (let ((initial-join-node (make-join-node '() ; successors (mlist '(())) ; matches #f ; left #f ; right '() ; join-constraint-variables '() ; join-constraints #f ; join-constraint-predicate #f ; existential? (make-counts)))) ; match-counts ;; Activate all of the ruleset rules. (for-each (lambda (rule) (activate-rule rule initial-join-node)) (ruleset-rules ruleset))) (fix-goal-matches)) ;;; (activate-rule rule initial-node) -> void ;;; rule : rule? ;;; initial-node : join-node? ;;; Activate a data rule. Build the rule network for a rule by creating and ;;; linking nodes. There is one match node and one join node per precondition ;;; clause and one rule node per rule. (define (activate-rule rule initial-node) (let ((match-node #f) (join-node #f) (rule-node #f) (previous-node initial-node) (previous-variable-list '())) ;; Create goal match node (goal nodes only). (when (not (null? (rule-goals rule))) (let ((goal-pattern (car (rule-goals rule)))) (set! previous-node (make-match-node '() ; successors #f ; matches #f ; assertion-variable goal-pattern ; pattern '() ; match-constraint-variables '() ; match-constraints #f ; match-constraint-predicate 0 ; n )) (hash-set! (current-inference-goal-index) (pattern-first goal-pattern) (cons previous-node (hash-ref (current-inference-goal-index) (pattern-first goal-pattern) (lambda () '())))) (set! previous-variable-list (pattern-variables goal-pattern)))) ;; Process precondition clauses (for-each (lambda (clause) (let ((existential? #f) (assertion-variable #f) (pattern #f) (variable-list '())) ;; Parse clause (cond ((and (pair? clause) (variable? (car clause))) (set! assertion-variable (car clause)) (set! pattern (caddr clause))) ((and (pair? clause) (memq (car clause) '(no notany any notall all))) (set! existential? (car clause)) (set! pattern (cadr clause))) (else (set! pattern clause))) ;; Add pattern variables to the variable list (set! variable-list (merge-variable-lists previous-variable-list (if assertion-variable (cons assertion-variable (pattern-variables pattern)) (pattern-variables pattern)))) ;; Get match constraints (let ((match-constraints (pattern-match-constraints pattern (pattern-variables pattern)))) ;; Make match node and add to index (set! match-node (get-match-node '() ; successors '() ; matches assertion-variable ; assertion-variable (pattern-base-pattern pattern) ; pattern (if assertion-variable ; match-constraint-variables (cons assertion-variable (pattern-variables pattern)) (pattern-variables pattern)) match-constraints ; match-contraints (if (null? match-constraints) ; match-constraint-predicate #f (eval `(lambda ,(if assertion-variable (cons assertion-variable (pattern-variables pattern)) (pattern-variables pattern)) (and ,@match-constraints)) (namespace-anchor->namespace anchor))) 0))) ; n ;; Make join node and link from match-node (let ((join-constraints (pattern-join-constraints pattern (pattern-variables pattern)))) (set! join-node (get-join-node '() ; successors (if (null? (rule-goals rule)) (if (or (memq existential? '(no notany)) (eq? existential? 'all)) (node-matches previous-node) '()) #f) ; matches previous-node ; left match-node ; right variable-list ; join-constraint-variables join-constraints ; join-constraints (if (null? join-constraints); constraint-predicate #f (eval `(lambda ,variable-list (and ,@join-constraints)) (namespace-anchor->namespace anchor))) existential? ; existential? (make-counts)))) ; match-counts (link-nodes match-node join-node) ;; Link from previous join-node, if any (link-nodes previous-node join-node) (set! previous-node join-node) ;; Update previous-variable-list for non existentials (when (not existential?) (set! previous-variable-list variable-list)))) (rule-preconditions rule)) ;; Create rule node, link to it from the last join node, and add it (set! rule-node (make-rule-node '() ; successors (if (null? (rule-goals rule)) (node-matches previous-node) #f) ; matches rule ; rule previous-node ; join (if (not (rule-actions rule)) #f (eval `(lambda ,previous-variable-list (begin ,@(rule-actions rule))) (namespace-anchor->namespace anchor))) ; action )) (link-nodes previous-node rule-node) (current-inference-rule-nodes (append! (current-inference-rule-nodes) (list rule-node)))) (void)) ;;; (fix-goal-matches) -> void? ;;; Locate goal match nodes (i.e. any match node where the first symbol of its ;;; pattern matches a goal-directed rule) and mark them as such by setting their ;;; matches field to #f. (define (fix-goal-matches) (hash-for-each (current-inference-data-index) (lambda (key value) (when (hash-ref (current-inference-goal-index) key (lambda () #f)) (for-each (lambda (match-node) (set-node-matches! match-node #f)) value) (hash-remove! (current-inference-data-index) key))))) ;;; (merge-variable-lists list1 list2) -> (listof variable?) ;;; list1 : (listof variable?) ;;; list2 : (listof variable?) ;;; Merge two lists of variables maintaining the order. (define (merge-variable-lists list1 list2) (cond ((null? list2) list1) ((memq (car list2) list1) (merge-variable-lists list1 (cdr list2))) (else (merge-variable-lists (append list1 (list (car list2))) (cdr list2))))) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Match Node Processing ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; (match-node-assert match-node assertion) -> void? ;;; match-node : match-node? ;;; assertion : assertion? ;;; Match an assertion against the pattern in a match node. If there is a match, ;;; update the matches for the node and propagate the match to the join node(s). (define (match-node-assert match-node assertion) (set-match-node-n! match-node (+ (match-node-n match-node) 1)) (let ((bindings (pattern-unify (assertion-fact assertion) (match-node-pattern match-node) (make-bindings)))) (when bindings ;; Add assertion variable, if any. (when (match-node-assertion-variable match-node) (set! bindings (cons (cons (match-node-assertion-variable match-node) assertion) bindings))) ;; Check match constraints (when (and (match-node-match-constraint-predicate match-node) (not (apply (match-node-match-constraint-predicate match-node) (bindings-values bindings)))) (set! bindings #f))) (if bindings ;; Build and propagate match to successors (let ((match (cons (list assertion) bindings))) (add-match-to-node-matches match match-node) (for-each (lambda (successor) (propagate-match-from-match-node match successor)) (node-successors match-node))) (for-each (lambda (successor) (propagate-nonmatch-from-match-node successor)) (node-successors match-node))))) ;;; (match-node-retract match-node assertion) -> void? ;;; match-node : match-node? ;;; assertion : assertion? ;;; Retract an assertion from a match node and propagate the retraction through ;;; the rule network. (define (match-node-retract match-node assertion) (set-match-node-n! match-node (- (match-node-n match-node) 1)) (let/cc exit (let loop ((previous #f) (matches (node-matches match-node))) (when (not (null? matches)) (let ((match (mcar matches))) (when (eq? assertion (caar match)) ;; Remove the match (if previous (set-mcdr! previous (mcdr matches)) (set-node-matches! match-node (mcdr matches))) (for-each (lambda (successor) (unpropagate-match-from-match-node match successor)) (node-successors match-node)) (exit (void)))) (loop matches (mcdr matches)))) ;; Match not found (for-each (lambda (successor) (unpropagate-nonmatch-from-match-node successor)) (node-successors match-node)))) ;;; (match-node-check match-node assertion continuation) -> void? ;;; match-node : match-node? ;;; assertion : assertion? ;;; continuation : procedure? ;;; Perform backward chaining from a match node. (define (match-node-check match-node assertion continuation) (let/ec exit (let ((bindings (pattern-unify (assertion-fact assertion) (match-node-pattern match-node) '()))) (when bindings ;; Add assertion variable, if any. (when (match-node-assertion-variable match-node) (set! bindings (cons (cons (match-node-assertion-variable match-node) assertion) bindings))) ;; Check match constraints (when (and (match-node-match-constraint-predicate match-node) (not (apply (match-node-match-constraint-predicate match-node) (bindings-values bindings)))) (exit (void))) ;; Build and propagate match to successors (let ((match (cons (list assertion) bindings))) (add-match-to-node-matches match match-node) (for-each (lambda (successor) (propagate-match-from-join-node match successor continuation)) (node-successors match-node))))) '())) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Match Propagation and Unpropagation ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Propagate Match (or Non-Match) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; (propagate-match-from-match-node match join-node) -> void? ;;; match : match? ;;; join-node : join-node? ;;; Propagate a match from a match node. This is called when a match node propagates ;;; a match in response to an assertion. (define (propagate-match-from-match-node match join-node) (when (node-matches join-node) (mfor-each (lambda (left-match) (let ((joined-match (join left-match match join-node))) (if (join-node-existential? join-node) ;; Existential join node (let ((count (counts-table-value (join-node-match-counts join-node) left-match))) ;; Update the count (either stay the same or go up by 1) (when joined-match (set! count (+ count 1)) (counts-table-increment! (join-node-match-counts join-node) left-match)) (case (join-node-existential? join-node) ((no notany) (when (and joined-match (= count 1)) ; count went from 0 to 1 (unpropagate-match-to-successors left-match join-node))) ((any) (when (and joined-match (= count 1)) ; count went from 0 to 1 (propagate-match-to-successors left-match join-node #f))) ((notall) (let ((n (match-node-n (join-node-right join-node)))) (when (and (not joined-match) (= count (- n 1))) ;; count went from n to n-1 ;;(because n went up by 1, but the count didn't) (propagate-match-to-successors left-match join-node #f)))) ((all) (let ((n (match-node-n (join-node-right join-node)))) (when (and (not joined-match) (= count (- n 1))) ;; count went from n to n-1 ;;(because n went up by 1, but the count didn't) (unpropagate-match-to-successors left-match join-node)))))) ;; Binding join node (when joined-match (propagate-match-to-successors joined-match join-node #f))))) (get-node-matches (join-node-left join-node) (car match))))) ;;; (propagate-nonmatch-from-match-node join-node) -> void? ;;; join-node : join-node? ;;; Propagate a nonmatch from a match node. This is used to update notall and all ;;; existential matches. (define (propagate-nonmatch-from-match-node join-node) (when (node-matches join-node) (mfor-each (lambda (left-match) (when (join-node-existential? join-node) (let ((count (counts-table-value (join-node-match-counts join-node) left-match))) (case (join-node-existential? join-node) ((notall) (let ((n (match-node-n (join-node-right join-node)))) (when (= count (- n 1)) (propagate-match-to-successors left-match join-node #f)))) ((all) (let ((n (match-node-n (join-node-right join-node)))) (when (= count (- n 1)) (unpropagate-match-to-successors left-match join-node)))))))) (get-node-matches (join-node-left join-node) '())))) ;;; (propagate-match-from-join-node match join-node continuation) -> void ;;; match : match? ;;; join-node : join-node? ;;; continuation : procedure? ;;; Propagate a match from one join node to a successor join node. (define (propagate-match-from-join-node match join-node continuation) (if (join-node-existential? join-node) ;; Existential join node (let ((count 0)) (mfor-each (lambda (right-match) (let ((joined-match (join match right-match join-node))) (when joined-match (set! count (+ count 1))))) (node-matches (join-node-right join-node))) ;; Add match to match counts (set-counts-table-value! (join-node-match-counts join-node) match count) ;; Propagate match based on existential type (case (join-node-existential? join-node) ((no notany) (when (= count 0) (propagate-match-to-successors match join-node continuation))) ((any) (when (> count 1) (propagate-match-to-successors match join-node continuation))) ((notall) (let ((n (match-node-n (join-node-right join-node)))) (when (< count n) (propagate-match-to-successors match join-node continuation)))) ((all) (let ((n (match-node-n (join-node-right join-node)))) (when (= count n) (propagate-match-to-successors match join-node continuation)))))) ;; Binding join node (mfor-each (lambda (right-match) (let ((joined-match (join match right-match join-node))) (when joined-match (propagate-match-to-successors joined-match join-node continuation)))) (get-node-matches (join-node-right join-node) (cdr match))))) ;;; (propagate-match-to-successors match join-node continuation) -> void? ;;; match : match? ;;; join-node : join-node? ;;; continuation : procedure? ;;; Propagate a match from a join node to its successor nodes. (define (propagate-match-to-successors match join-node continuation) ;; Add match to node matches (add-match-to-node-matches match join-node) ;; Propagate match to successor nodes (for-each (lambda (successor) (if (join-node? successor) (propagate-match-from-join-node match successor continuation) (propagate-match-to-rule match successor continuation))) (node-successors join-node))) ;;; (propagate-match-to-rule match rule-node continuation) -> void? ;;; match : match? ;;; rule-node : rule-node? ;;; continuation : procedure? ;;; Propagate a match from a join node to a successor rule node. (define (propagate-match-to-rule match rule-node continuation) ;(add-match-to-node-matches match rule-node) ??? (if (node-matches rule-node) (let ((rule-instance (make-rule-instance rule-node match 0))) (agenda-add! rule-instance)) (begin (when (current-inference-trace) (printf "<== ~s: ~s~n" (rule-node-rule rule-node) (cdr match))) (when (rule-node-action rule-node) (current-inference-rule (rule-node-rule)) (apply (rule-node-action rule-node) (bindings-values match)) (current-inference-rule #f) (current-inference-rules-fired (+ (current-inference-rules-fired) 1))) (continuation (mlist (cons (list (caar match)) (cdr match))))))) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Unpropagate Matches ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; (unpropagate-match-from-match-node match join-node) -> void? ;;; match : match? ;;; join-node : join-node? ;;; Unpropagate a match from a match node. This is called when a match node ;;; unpropagates a match in response to a retraction. (define (unpropagate-match-from-match-node match join-node) (if (join-node-existential? join-node) ;; Existential node (mfor-each (lambda (left-match) (let ((count (counts-table-value (join-node-match-counts join-node) left-match)) (joined-match (join left-match match join-node))) (when joined-match (set! count (- count 1)) (set-counts-table-value! (join-node-match-counts join-node) left-match count)) (case (join-node-existential? join-node) ((no notany) (when (and joined-match (= count 0)) ; count went from 1 to 0 (propagate-match-to-successors left-match join-node #f))) ((any) (when (and join-node (= count 0)) ; count went from 1 to 0 (unpropagate-match-to-successors left-match join-node))) ((notall) (let ((n (match-node-n (join-node-right join-node)))) (when (and (not joined-match) (= count n)) ; count went from n-1 to n (unpropagate-match-to-successors left-match join-node)))) ((all) (let ((n (match-node-n (join-node-right join-node)))) (when (and (not joined-match) (= count n)) ; count went from n-1 to n (propagate-match-to-successors left-match join-node #f))))))) (node-matches (join-node-left join-node))) ;; Binding join node (let ((assertion (caar match))) (mfor-each (lambda (match) (when (eq? assertion (last (car match))) (unpropagate-match-to-successors match join-node))) (node-matches join-node))))) ;;; (unpropagate-nonmatch-from-match-node join-node) -> void? ;;; join-node : join-node? ;;; Unpropagate a nonmatch (from a retraction). This is needed to update notall ;;; and all existential matches. (define (unpropagate-nonmatch-from-match-node join-node) (when (join-node-existential? join-node) (mfor-each (lambda (left-match) (let ((count (counts-table-value (join-node-match-counts join-node) left-match))) (case (join-node-existential? join-node) ((notall) (let ((n (match-node-n (join-node-right join-node)))) (when (= count n) (unpropagate-match-to-successors left-match join-node)))) ((all) (let ((n (match-node-n (join-node-right join-node)))) (when (= count n) (propagate-match-to-successors left-match join-node #f))))))) (node-matches (join-node-left join-node))))) ;;; (unpropagate-match-from-join-node match join-node) -> void? ;;; match : match? ;;; join-node : join-node? ;;; Unpropagate a match from a join node. ;;; For each of the matches for the node: ;;; When the given match is a subset of the node match: ;;; Remove the node match and unpropagate it to its successors. (define (unpropagate-match-from-join-node match join-node) ;; Remove the count (hash-remove! (counts-table (join-node-match-counts join-node)) match) ;; Unpropagate match to successors (mfor-each (lambda (node-match) (when (match-subset? match node-match) (unpropagate-match-to-successors node-match join-node))) (node-matches join-node))) ;;; (unpropagate-match-to-successors match join-node) -> void? ;;; match : match? ;;; join-node : join-node? ;;; Unpropagate a match from a join node to its successors. (define (unpropagate-match-to-successors match join-node) ;; Remove the match from the node matches. (remove-match-from-node-matches match join-node) ;; Unpropagate match to successor nodes. (for-each (lambda (successor) (if (join-node? successor) (unpropagate-match-from-join-node match successor) (unpropagate-match-to-rule match successor))) (node-successors join-node))) ;;; (unpropagate-match-to-rule match rule-node) -> void? ;;; match : match? ;;; rule-node : rule-node? ;;; Unpropagate a match from a join node to a successor rule node. (define (unpropagate-match-to-rule match rule-node) (agenda-remove! rule-node match)) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Join ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; (join left-match right-match join-node) -> (or/c (listof any/c) false/c) ;;; left-match : match? ;;; right-match : match? ;;; join-node : join-node? ;;; Join two (left and right) matches. If the bindings are consistant and the ;;; constraints are met, join the matches and propagate the joined match to any ;;; successor (join or rule) nodes. (define (join left-match right-match join-node) (let ((left-assertions (car left-match)) (left-bindings (cdr left-match)) (right-assertions (car right-match)) (right-bindings (cdr right-match))) (let/cc return ;; Check that bindings match (for-each (lambda (right-binding) (when (assq (car right-binding) left-bindings) (when (not (equal? (cdr right-binding) (cdr (assq (car right-binding) left-bindings)))) (return #f)))) right-bindings) ;; Add new bindings (let ((bindings left-bindings)) (for-each (lambda (right-binding) (when (not (assq (car right-binding) left-bindings)) (set! bindings (append bindings (list right-binding))))) right-bindings) ;; Check constraints (when (and (join-node-join-constraint-predicate join-node) (not (apply (join-node-join-constraint-predicate join-node) (bindings-values bindings)))) (return #f)) ;; Return match (cons (append left-assertions right-assertions) bindings))))) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Rule Instances ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; (struct rule-instance (rule-node match random)) ;;; rule-node : rule-node? ;;; match : match? ;;; random : real? ;;; A rule instance represents an instance of a rule for a given match. (define-struct rule-instance (rule-node match random) #:mutable) ;;; (rule-instance-apply rule-instance) -> any ;;; rule-instance : rule-instance? ;;; Executes the rule action for the rule instance - i.e. fire the rule. (define (rule-instance-apply rule-instance) (let* ((rule-node (rule-instance-rule-node rule-instance)) (rule (rule-node-rule rule-node)) (match (rule-instance-match rule-instance)) (arguments (bindings-values (cdr match)))) (when (current-inference-trace) (printf "==> ~s: ~s~n" rule (cdr match))) ;; Apply the rule (current-inference-rule rule) (apply (rule-node-action rule-node) arguments) (current-inference-rule #f) (current-inference-rules-fired (+ (current-inference-rules-fired) 1)))) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Agenda Maintenance ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; (agenda-add! rule-instance) -> void? ;;; rule-instance : rule-instance? ;;; Add a rule instance to the agenda in accordance with the current conflict ;;; resolution strategy. (define (agenda-add! rule-instance) (let* ((rule-node (rule-instance-rule-node rule-instance)) (rule (rule-node-rule rule-node)) (priority (rule-priority rule))) (when (eq? (current-inference-strategy) 'random) (set-rule-instance-random! rule-instance (random))) (let ((agenda-tail (current-inference-agenda)) (previous #f)) (let loop () (when (not (null? agenda-tail)) (let* ((item (mcar agenda-tail)) (item-rule-node (rule-instance-rule-node item)) (item-rule (rule-node-rule item-rule-node)) (item-priority (rule-priority item-rule))) (cond ((> item-priority priority) (set! previous agenda-tail) (set! agenda-tail (mcdr agenda-tail)) (loop)) ((and (= item-priority priority) (or (eq? (current-inference-strategy) 'breadth) (and (eq? (current-inference-strategy) 'order) (< (rule-order item-rule) (rule-order rule))) (and (eq? (current-inference-strategy) 'simplicity) (< (rule-specificity item-rule) (rule-specificity rule))) (and (eq? (current-inference-strategy) 'complexity) (> (rule-specificity item-rule) (rule-specificity rule))) (and (eq? (current-inference-strategy) 'random) (< (rule-instance-random item) (rule-instance-random rule-instance))))) (set! previous agenda-tail) (set! agenda-tail (mcdr agenda-tail)) (loop)) (else (void)))))) (if previous (set-mcdr! previous (mcons rule-instance agenda-tail)) (current-inference-agenda (mcons rule-instance agenda-tail)))))) ;;; (agenda-remove! rule-node match) -> void? ;;; rule-node : rule-node? ;;; match : match? ;;; Remove the rule instance for the given rule-node and match from the agenda. (define (agenda-remove! rule-node match) (let loop ((previous #f) (agenda-tail (current-inference-agenda))) (when (not (null? agenda-tail)) (let ((item (mcar agenda-tail))) (if (and (eq? rule-node (rule-instance-rule-node item)) (eq? match (rule-instance-match item))) (if previous (set-mcdr! previous (mcdr agenda-tail)) (current-inference-agenda (mcdr agenda-tail))) (loop agenda-tail (mcdr agenda-tail))))))) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Hierarchical Inference Environments ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; (import pattern) -> void? ;;; pattern : pattern? ;;; Import assertions from the parent environment matching the given pattern. (define (import pattern) (when (not (current-inference-parent)) (error 'import "Current inference environment is not a child environment")) (let ((matches '())) (with-inference-environment (current-inference-parent) (set! matches (query pattern))) (mfor-each (lambda (match) (assert (assertion-fact (car match)))) matches))) ;;; (export pattern) -> void? ;;; pattern : pattern? ;;; Exports assertions matching the given pattern to the parent environment. (define (export pattern) (when (not (current-inference-parent)) (error 'import "Current inference environment is not a child environment")) (let ((matches (query pattern))) (with-inference-environment (current-inference-parent) (mfor-each (lambda (match) (assert (assertion-fact (car match)))) matches)))) ;;; (copy-inference-environment source) -> inference-environment? ;;; source : inference-environment? ;;; Return a copy of the source inference environment. This is used in assumption ;;; processing. (define (copy-inference-environment source) (let ((target (make-inference-environment)) (hash-table (make-hash))) ;; Copy rule network nodes from the rule nodes. (for-each (lambda (rule-node) (copy-rule-node rule-node hash-table)) (inference-environment-rule-nodes source)) ;; Copy data index (let ((target-data-index (inference-environment-data-index target))) (hash-for-each (inference-environment-data-index source) (lambda (key value) (hash-set! target-data-index key (copy-match-node-list value hash-table))))) ;; Clone goal index (let ((target-goal-index (inference-environment-goal-index target))) (hash-for-each (inference-environment-goal-index source) (lambda (key value) (hash-set! target-goal-index key (copy-match-node-list value hash-table))))) ;; Rule nodes will be cloned via the rule network cloning ;; Copy exit continuation (set-inference-environment-exit! target (inference-environment-exit source)) ;; Copy next assertion id (set-inference-environment-next-assertion-id! target (inference-environment-next-assertion-id source)) ;; Copy the assertion index (let ((target-assertion-index (inference-environment-assertion-index target))) (hash-for-each (inference-environment-assertion-index source) (lambda (key value) ; (hash-set! ; target-assertion-index key (list-copy value)) (let ((new-level-2-index (make-hasheq))) (hash-for-each value (lambda (key value) (hash-set! new-level-2-index key value))) (hash-set! target-assertion-index key new-level-2-index)) ) )) ;; Copy the agenda (set-inference-environment-agenda! target (mlist-copy (inference-environment-agenda source))) ;; Copy the rule (set-inference-environment-rule! target (inference-environment-rule source)) ;; Copy the strategy (set-inference-environment-strategy! target (inference-environment-strategy source)) ;; Copy the parent (set-inference-environment-parent! target (inference-environment-parent source)) ;; Return the target target)) ;;; (copy-node node hash-table) -> node? ;;; node : node? ;;; hash-table : hash? ;;; Copies a node by dispatching to the appropriate copier. (define (copy-node node hash-table) (cond ((match-node? node) (copy-match-node node hash-table)) ((join-node? node) (copy-join-node node hash-table)) ((rule-node? node) (copy-rule-node node hash-table)) (else (error 'copy-node "~s is not a type of rule network node" node)))) ;;; (copy-match-node match-node hash-table) -> match-node? ;;; match-node : match-node? ;;; hash-table : hash? ;;; Returns a copy of the match node, or a reference to an existing copy. (define (copy-match-node match-node hash-table) (let ((copied-node (hash-ref hash-table match-node #f))) (unless copied-node (set! copied-node (make-match-node '() (if (node-matches match-node) (mlist-copy (node-matches match-node)) #f) (match-node-assertion-variable match-node) (match-node-pattern match-node) (match-node-match-constraint-variables match-node) (match-node-match-constraints match-node) (match-node-match-constraint-predicate match-node) (match-node-n match-node))) (hash-set! hash-table match-node copied-node)) copied-node)) ;;; (copy-join-node join-node hash-table) -> join-node? ;;; join-node : join-node? ;;; hash-table : hash? ;;; Returns a copy of the join node, or a reference to an existing copy. (define (copy-join-node join-node hash-table) (let ((copied-node (hash-ref hash-table join-node #f))) (unless copied-node (set! copied-node (make-join-node '() (if (node-matches join-node) (list-copy (node-matches join-node)) #f) (copy-node (join-node-left join-node) hash-table) (copy-node (join-node-right join-node) hash-table) (join-node-join-constraint-variables join-node) (join-node-join-constraints join-node) (join-node-join-constraint-predicate join-node) (join-node-existential? join-node) ;(alist-copy (join-node-match-counts join-node)) (make-counts) )) ;; (set-counts-table! (join-node-match-counts copied-node) (hash-copy (counts-table join-node))) ;; (link-nodes (join-node-left copied-node) copied-node) (link-nodes (join-node-right copied-node) copied-node) (hash-set! hash-table join-node copied-node)) copied-node)) ;;; (copy-rule-node rule-node hash-table) -> rule-node? ;;; rule-node : rule-node? ;;; hash-table : hash? ;;; Returns a copy of the rule node, or a reference to an existing copy. (define (copy-rule-node rule-node hash-table) (let ((copied-node (hash-ref hash-table rule-node #f))) (unless copied-node (set! copied-node (make-rule-node '() (if (node-matches rule-node) (list-copy (node-matches rule-node)) #f) (rule-node-rule rule-node) (copy-node (rule-node-join rule-node) hash-table) (rule-node-action rule-node))) (link-nodes (rule-node-join rule-node) copied-node) (hash-set! hash-table rule-node copied-node)) copied-node)) ;;; (copy-match-node-list match-node-list hash-table) -> (listof match-node?) ;;; match-node-list : (listof match-node?) ;;; Clone a list of match nodes using the given hash table. ;;; MDW - check what this is about. I don't remember what it's for and the ;;; implementation seems naive, if not plain wrong. (define (copy-match-node-list match-node-list hash-table) match-node-list) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Inference Control ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; (start-inference) -> any ;;; The inference engine main loop. (define (start-inference #:assert-start (assert-start? #t)) (when assert-start? (assert '(start))) (let/cc exit ;; Set the global exit continuation. (current-inference-exit exit) ;; Simple selection - find the first rule instance (let loop () (let ((agenda (current-inference-agenda))) (if (not (null? agenda)) (let ((rule-instance (mcar agenda))) (current-inference-agenda (mcdr agenda)) (rule-instance-apply rule-instance) (loop)) #f))))) ;;; (stop-inference) -> any ;;; Stop the current inferencing and optionally return a value. (define stop-inference (case-lambda ((return-value) ((current-inference-exit) return-value)) (() ((current-inference-exit))))) ;;; (succeed) -> any ;;; Stop the current inferencing and return #t indicating success. (define (succeed) (stop-inference #t)) ;;; (fail) -> ;;; Stop the current inferencing and return #f indicating failure. (define (fail) (stop-inference '#:fail)) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Helpful Debugging Functions ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; (print-rule-network) -> any ;;; For debugging. (define (print-rule-network) (for-each (lambda (rule-node) (printf "----------~n") (printf "Rule: ~a~n~n" (rule-name (rule-node-rule rule-node))) (print-join-node (rule-node-join rule-node))) (current-inference-rule-nodes))) (define (print-join-node join-node) (when (join-node-left join-node) (if (join-node? (join-node-left join-node)) (print-join-node (join-node-left join-node)) (print-match-node (join-node-left join-node)))) (when (join-node-right join-node) (print-match-node (join-node-right join-node))) (printf "join node: existential? = ~a~n" (join-node-existential? join-node)) (printf "join-node: match-counts = ~a~n" (join-node-match-counts join-node)) (printf "join node: matches = ~a~n~n" (node-matches join-node))) (define (print-match-node match-node) (printf "match-node: pattern = ~a~n" (match-node-pattern match-node)) (printf "match-node: matches = ~a~n~n" (node-matches match-node))) ;;; (define the-node-dictionary #f) (define (node-ref node) (let ((entry (hash-ref the-node-dictionary node #f))) (if entry entry (let ((ref (cond ((match-node? node) (symbol->string (gensym "match"))) ((join-node? node) (symbol->string (gensym "join"))) ((rule-node? node) (format "rule : ~a" (rule-name (rule-node-rule node))))))) (hash-set! the-node-dictionary node ref) ref)))) (define (graph-rule-network) (set! the-node-dictionary (make-hasheq)) (let ((port (open-output-file "rule-network.dot" #:mode 'text #:exists 'replace))) (fprintf port "digraph \"rule-network\" {~n") (fprintf port " rankdir=LR;~n") (for ((rule-node (in-list (current-inference-rule-nodes)))) (let ((rule-node-ref (node-ref rule-node))) (fprintf port " \"~a\";~n" rule-node-ref) (graph-join-node port (rule-node-join rule-node) rule-node-ref))) (fprintf port "}~n") (close-output-port port))) (define (graph-join-node port join-node successor-ref) (let ((join-node-ref (node-ref join-node))) (fprintf port " \"~a\" [label=\"join~a\\l~a\"];~n" join-node-ref (if (join-node-existential? join-node) (format " : ~a" (join-node-existential? join-node)) "") (for/fold ((constraints-string "")) ((constraint (in-list (join-node-join-constraints join-node)))) (string-append constraints-string (format "~s\\l" constraint)))) (fprintf port " \"~a\" -> \"~a\";~n" join-node-ref successor-ref) (when (join-node-right join-node) (graph-match-node port (join-node-right join-node) join-node-ref)) (when (join-node-left join-node) (if (join-node? (join-node-left join-node)) (graph-join-node port (join-node-left join-node) join-node-ref) (graph-match-node port (join-node-left join-node) join-node-ref))) )) (define (graph-match-node port match-node successor-ref) (let ((match-node-ref (node-ref match-node))) (fprintf port " \"~a\" [shape=box,label=\"match : ~a\\l~a\"];~n" match-node-ref (match-node-pattern match-node) (for/fold ((constraints-string "")) ((constraint (in-list (match-node-match-constraints match-node)))) (string-append constraints-string (format "~s\\l" constraint)))) (fprintf port " \"~a\" -> \"~a\";~n" match-node-ref successor-ref))) ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Module Contracts ;;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;(provide/contract ; (assert ; (->* (fact?) (any/c) (or/c assertion? false/c))) ; (retract ; (-> assertion? void?)) ; (replace ; (->* (assertion? fact?) (any/c) assertion?)) ; (check ; (-> fact? (mlistof match?))) ;; (query ;; (-> pattern? (mlistof match?))) ; (query ; (-> pattern? any)) ; (assume ; (-> fact? void?)) ; (activate ; (-> ruleset? void?)) ; (start-inference ; (-> any)) ; (stop-inference ; (case-> ; (-> any/c any) ; (-> any))) ; (succeed ; (-> any)) ; (fail ; (-> any)) ; (graph-rule-network ; (-> any)) ; ) (provide (all-defined-out))