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Sm = um condition local deﬁnitions where ui and r are expressions (that can contain new extra variables) and ti , si are patterns. The overall idea is that a function call (f e1 . . en ) returns an instance rθ of r, if: – Each ei can be reduced to some pattern ai , i = 1 . . n, such that (f t1 . . tn ) and (f a1 . . an ) are uniﬁable with most general uniﬁer θ, and – ui θ can be reduced to pattern si θ for each i = 1 . . m. Inﬁx operators are also allowed as particular case of program functions.