Book Review: DLP- A Language for Distributed Logic Programming by A. Eliens: (John Wiley and Sons, 1992)

@inproceedings{Cohen1993BookRD,
  title={Book Review: DLP- A Language for Distributed Logic Programming by A. Eliens: (John Wiley and Sons, 1992)},
  author={Jacques Cohen},
  booktitle={SIGP},
  year={1993}
}
Author's Purpose: Describe the design and implementation of a language suitable for distributed systems. The language includes features of Logic, Object Oriented, and Parallel Paradigms. The book has 3 parts: Design, Semantics, and Implementation. The first provides motivation for the choice of constructs, the second is theoretical and specifies the language semantics, the third contains a Prolog interpreter for DLP. The book fulfills its purpose, but it is of interest mostly to specialists. It… CONTINUE READING