An Architecture for Visualizing the Execution of Parallel Logic Programs

@inproceedings{Brayshaw1991AnAF,
  title={An Architecture for Visualizing the Execution of Parallel Logic Programs},
  author={Mike Brayshaw},
  booktitle={IJCAI},
  year={1991}
}
This paper describes the development of an architecture and implementation of a graphical tracing system for the parallel logic programming language PARLOG. Novel features of the architecture include a graphical execution model of PARLOG; a range of representational techniques that allow the user a choice of perspective and granularity of analysis; and ongoing work on graphical tools that provide user-defined visualisations of their programs, either before the program is run, or afterwards by… CONTINUE READING

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