Moritoshi Aso

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This paper presents a highly parallel machine architecture for logic programs. We propose a Reduction-Based Parallel Inference Machine: PIM-R and describe the parallel execution mechanisms for PIM-R to run Prolog and Concurrent Prolog programs and sofware simulation results. PIM-R uses the structure-copy method. It also uses the only reducible goal copy(More)
I> We consider the characteristics of sequential PROLOG programs using static and dynamic analyzers. They were developed to analyze ICOT-developed PROLOG programs and to collect various data items for studying program characteristics. Thirty-nine programs were statistically analyzed; two of these were also analyzed dynamically. The static analyzer is(More)
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