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ASAP Answer Set Application Programming

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ASAP - Answer Set Application Programming
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Running examples
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* ./bin/asap-example-onoffswitch

This is the most simple example of a switch.

* ./bin/asap-tetris

This example is the game Tetris, including a player
name, increasing difficulty with increasing score,
and a high score list.

* ./bin/asap-aplagent

This example is an interactive action plan inspector
that works with domain and action description files
from APLAgent that can be obtained from
http://mbal.tk/APLAgentMgr/ and is distributed
under GPL license.

Installation
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* If you do not have it: install `pip3`: for example under Ubuntu via

```$ sudo apt-get install python3-pip```

* Install ASAP with pip3, see PyPi repository at https://pypi.python.org/pypi/asap

```$ pip3 install asap --user```

* Setup Python to use the "Userinstall" environment that allows you to install Python programs without overwriting system packages. This is achieved by adding the following to your `.profile` or `.bashrc` file:

export PYTHONUSERBASE=~/.local/
export PATH=$PATH:~/.local/bin

* Run ASAP the first time. This will help to download and build pyclingo if you do not have pyclingo for Python 3 already usable via `import clingo`:

```$ asap```

The first run of asap might ask you to enter the sudo password
to install several packages.
(If you do not want to enter your sudo password: abort, install the packages manually, and later run `asap` again.)

* Ubuntu 16.04 is tested
* Debian 8.6 (jessie) is tested
* Ubuntu 14.04 can not work without manual installation of cmake 3.1 or higher (for buildling clingo)

Running `asap`
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* cat <program> |./bin/asap <arguments>

Citation
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Schüller, Peter, and Antonius Weinzierl.
"Answer Set Application Programming: a Case Study on Tetris."
ICLP (Technical Communications). 2015.
http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1433/tc_17.pdf

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