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Techniques of PROLOG Programming with Implementation of Logical Negation and Quantified Goalsby Tu Van Le
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This accurate and extremely clear book presents a step-by-step guide to Prolog Programming through 4 stages: declarative, procedural, advanced, and metaprogramming with an emphasis on artificial intelligence. It covers a wide range of topics and many new techniques and programming tools.
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This book/disk package presents a step-by-step guide to Prolog programming through four stages: declarative, procedural, advanced, and metaprogramming with an emphasis on artificial intelligence. It covers a wide range of topics and many new techniques and programming tools, including implementation of logical negation and quantified goals, useful in expert systems and database query-answering systems. Coverage of data and control structures is thorough.
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Approaches the subject by applying the format used in successful language courses. Offers a comprehensive exhibition of Prolog programming techniques in four stages--declarative, procedural, advanced and meta-programming. Presents simple and efficient implementation of logical negation and quantified goals which are necessary in expert systems. The dynamics of these new features are shown in the construction of a multilingual expert system shell that supports negative and quantified queries as well as subtypes. The easy-to-follow tutorial style and numerous fully-solved exercises facilitate understanding. Comes with 3.5 inch disk containing all programs in the book.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 585-593) and index.
Table of Contents
Declarative Prolog Programming.
Procedural Prolog Programming.
Control and Side-Effect Features of Prolog.
Development of Prolog Programs.
Advanced Programming Techniques and Data Structures.
Meta-Programming in Prolog.
Building Expert Systems in Prolog.
Natural Language Processing in Prolog.
System Simulation in Prolog.
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