Day 3: Writing Stories with Logic

Over the last two days, you’ve seen a lot of what core.logic has to offer. Now it’s time to put that knowledge to use in a larger and more practical example.

There are many problems that involve route planning. For example, how do you fly to a distant city? Sometimes there are direct flights, but sometimes the path involves multiple connections, different planes, and even several airlines. Alternatively, think of a truck making deliveries. After enumerating possible paths, you must then optimize for the shortest or the quickest.

If you think about it, generating a story is similar but more fun. Instead of connection cities, you have plot points. Routes through the plot make up the entire story, and as an author, ...

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