A three-level framework for design and implementation of deductive database management systems is described. The three levels consist of the abstraction, for abstracting the real world semantics, the language, for man-machine communication, and the environment, for specifying the hardware/software environment. This framework is applied to some representative systems. Based on the results, an architecture for a deductive database management system is proposed.
Choobineh, Joobin and Sen, Arun, "A FRAMEWORK FOR DEDUCTIVE DATABASE DESIGN IM DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS" (1987). ICIS 1987 Proceedings. 44.