From the Blockchain to Logic Programming and Back: Research Perspectives


Giovanni Ciatto, Roberta Calegari, Stefano Mariani, Enrico Denti, Andrea Omicini

WOA 2018 – 19th Workshop "From Objects to Agents”, pp. 69-74
CEUR Workshop Proceedings (AI*IA Series) 2215, giugno 2018
Sun SITE Central Europe, RWTH Aachen University
Massimo Cossentino, Luca Sabatucci, Valeria Seidita (a cura di)

The blockchain is a novel approach to support distributed systems enabling a common, consistent view of a shared state among distributed nodes.
There, smart contracts are computer programs that allow users to deploy arbitrary computations, in charge of automatically regulate state transitions and enforce properties.
In this paper we speculate on how the blockchain and smart contracts could take advantage of a logic programming approach, and, complementarily, on how logic programming can benefit from the blockchain infrastructure.
Accordingly, we discuss some possible research directions and open questions for future research.

(keywords) blockchain, logic programming, smart contracts
 @inproceedings{blockchainlp-woa2018,
Author = {Ciatto, Giovanni and Calegari, Roberta and Mariani, Stefano and Denti, Enrico and Omicini, Andrea},
Booktitle = {WOA 2018 -- 19th Workshop ``From Objects to Agents''},
Editor = {Cossentino, Massimo and Sabatucci, Luca and Seidita, Valeria},
IrisId = {11585/646042},
Keywords = {blockchain, logic programming, smart contracts},
Month = jun,
Pages = {69--74},
Publisher = {Sun SITE Central Europe, RWTH Aachen University},
ScholarId = {816353538952619884},
ScopusId = {2-s2.0-85054323401},
Series = {CEUR Workshop Proceedings},
Subseries = {AI*IA Series},
Title = {From the Blockchain to Logic Programming and Back: Research Perspectives},
Url-Pdf = {http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2215/paper_12.pdf},
       Url = {http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2215/paper_12.pdf},
Volume = 2215,
Year = 2018

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