Zdenek V. Jizba

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As a da i l y user of APL~ 1 have accumulated several years of experience wi th a wide spectrum of appl icat ions. There is one class of problems, however~ that I have found qui te inconvenient to solve, pa r t i cu l a r l y in appl icat ions where the operation has to be done f requent ly . The problem is the operation in which the elements of a vector V(More)
As described before, the system is now complete and performs logic inferences according to expectations. The syntax is more compact than PROLOG's, and the number of rules and axioms for a given system is somewhat smaller. In the case of our example, a total of 24 rules and 174 axioms contain all the information. Quite complicated questions on genealogy and(More)
True - false logic can be expanded to include a neutral "do not know" option. New primitive functions replace <i>AND, OR</i> and <i>NOT</i> in such a way as to generalize the rules of logic. Primitive functions in APL support this extension with ease. Further generalizations to multilevel logic are also possible.
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