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Integrating Prolog Into the Poplog Environment

@inproceedings{Mellish1983IntegratingPI,
  title={Integrating Prolog Into the Poplog Environment},
  author={Chris Mellish and Steve Hardy},
  booktitle={IJCAI},
  year={1983}
}
  • Chris Mellish, Steve Hardy
  • Published in IJCAI 1983
  • Computer Science
  • Although Prolog undoubtedly has its good points, there are some tasks (such as writing a screen editor or network interface controller) for which it is not the language of choice. The most natural computational concepts [2] for these tasks are hard to reconcile with Prolog's declarative nature. Just as there is a need for even the most committed Prolog programmer to use "conventional" languages for some tasks, so too is there a need for "logic" oriented components in conventional applications… CONTINUE READING

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