Logic Programming

From Logic Programming

Logic Programming

Proceedings of the 1993 International Symposium October 26–29, 1993, Vancouver, British Columbia

Edited by Dale Miller

Logic programming continues to develop by broadening its foundations, exploring new language designs, and establishing more connections with other areas of computer science.

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Logic programming continues to develop by broadening its foundations, exploring new language designs, and establishing more connections with other areas of computer science.

The past years have seen a large number of effective implementations of logic programs for a variety of computer architectures in numerous application areas. Logic programming continues to develop by broadening its foundations, exploring new language designs, and establishing more connections with other areas of computer science.

Topics include: Algorithmic Analysis. Constraints. Environmental Support. Natural Language. Programming Methodologies. Artificial Intelligence. Concurrency and Parallelism. Logical Extensions. Meta and Higher-Order Programming. Semantic Analysis. Compilation Techniques. Deductive Databases. Implementations and Architectures. Proof Theory. Programming Language Design.

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Out of Print ISBN: 9780262631525 708 pp. | 6.9 in x 9 in

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Dale Miller