An Architecture for Prolog Extensions

  title={An Architecture for Prolog Extensions},
  author={Micha Meier and Joachim Schimpf},
We address the task of an efficient implementation of Prolog extensions. Prolog is a very good language for prototyping and almost any extension can be quickly written in Prolog using a Prolog interpreter and tested on small examples. It is harder to find out if the results scale up to large, real life problems, though. A Prolog interpreter, even if partially evaluated with respect to a given problem, quickly hits the space and time limitations and so more elaborate approaches to the… CONTINUE READING
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