inference program

inference program

[′in·frəns ‚prō·grəm]
(computer science)
A computer program that uses certain facts provided as input to reach conclusions.
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Given the centrality of the speech-act program and the contextual inference program to the pragmatic program, it is not surprising to note that some (e.
The tension between the speech act program and the contextual inference program is evident in the editor's own reprinted contributions to the collection.
Thus, speech-act theory and the contextual inference program, together with the newer programs designed around a principle of relevance or a politeness principle, are much in evidence here.