ProFIT: Prolog with Features, Inheritance and Templates

@article{Erbach1995ProFITPW,
  title={ProFIT: Prolog with Features, Inheritance and Templates},
  author={Gregor Erbach},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={1995},
  volume={cmp-lg/9502003}
}
  • Gregor Erbach
  • Published in EACL 1995
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • ProFIT is an extension of Standard Prolog with Features, Inheritance and Templates. ProFIT allows the programmer or grammar developer to declare an inheritance hierarchy, features and templates. Sorted feature terms can be used in ProFIT programs together with Prolog terms to provide a clearer description language for linguistic structures. ProFIT compiles all sorted feature terms into a Prolog term representation, so that the built-in Prolog term unification can be used for the unification of… CONTINUE READING

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