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Sigma KEE - pathLength
pathLength

appearance as argument number 1
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No TPTP formula. May not be expressible in strict first order. chinese_format.kif 2353-2355
No TPTP formula. May not be expressible in strict first order. Merge.kif 5605-5608
No TPTP formula. May not be expressible in strict first order. Merge.kif 5602-5602 The number 1 argument of path length is an instance of graph path
No TPTP formula. May not be expressible in strict first order. Merge.kif 5603-5603 The number 2 argument of path length is an instance of positive integer
No TPTP formula. May not be expressible in strict first order. Merge.kif 5600-5600 path length is an instance of asymmetric relation
No TPTP formula. May not be expressible in strict first order. Merge.kif 5599-5599 path length is an instance of binary predicate
No TPTP formula. May not be expressible in strict first order. Merge.kif 5601-5601 path length is an instance of irreflexive relation

appearance as argument number 2
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No TPTP formula. May not be expressible in strict first order. chinese_format.kif 753-753
No TPTP formula. May not be expressible in strict first order. english_format.kif 758-758
No TPTP formula. May not be expressible in strict first order. chinese_format.kif 754-754
No TPTP formula. May not be expressible in strict first order. domainEnglishFormat.kif 44706-44706
No TPTP formula. May not be expressible in strict first order. domainEnglishFormat.kif 44705-44705

consequent
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No TPTP formula. May not be expressible in strict first order. Merge.kif 5787-5793

statement
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No TPTP formula. May not be expressible in strict first order. Merge.kif 5795-5802 There don't exist a graph path and another graph path such that the graph path is an instance of the set of paths that partition a graph into two separate graphs and the other graph path is an instance of the set of minimal paths that partition the graph into two separate graphs and the length of the graph path is a positive integer and the length of the other graph path is another positive integer and the positive integer is less than the other positive integer


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