PARLOG and Its Applications

  title={PARLOG and Its Applications},
  author={K. Clark},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Software Eng.},
  • K. Clark
  • Published 1988
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Trans. Software Eng.
  • The key concepts of the parallel logic programming language PARLOG are introduced by comparing the language with Prolog. Some familiarity with Prolog and with the concepts of logic programming is assumed. Two major application areas of PARLOG, systems programming and object-oriented programming, are illustrated. Other applications are briefly surveyed. > 
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