Theory and Practice of Logic Programming
Nonmonotonic causal logic, introduced by McCain and Turner (McCain, N. and Turner, H. 1997. Causal theories of action and change. In Proceedings of National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), Stanford, CA, 460–465) became the basis for the semantics of several expressive action languages. McCain's embedding of definite propositional causal theories into logic programming paved the way to the use of answer set solvers for answering queries about actions described in such languages. In this paper we extend this embedding to nondefinite theories and to the first-order causal logic.
Ferrarris, Paolo; Lee, Joohyung; Lierler, Yuliya; Lifschitz, Vladimir; and Yang, Fangkai, "Representing First-Order Causal Theories by Logic Programs" (2012). Computer Science Faculty Publications. 2.