# eBook Prolog: A Logical Approach download

## by Tony Dodd

**ISBN:**0198538219

**Author:**Tony Dodd

**Publisher:**Oxford University Press (November 29, 1990)

**Language:**English

**Pages:**568

**ePub:**1491 kb

**Fb2:**1206 kb

**Rating:**4.1

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**Category:**Math Sciences

**Subcategory:**Biological Sciences

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Prolog: A Logical Approach. The second part of the book presents some of the most common features, including facilities that are common to all Prologs. The third part of the volume is concerned with programming style.

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PROLOG : A Logical Approach. The goal of logic programming is to provide a higher level formalism, in which the solution is represented using a formal representation that was in use before computers were invented: logic

PROLOG : A Logical Approach. By (author) Tony Dodd. The goal of logic programming is to provide a higher level formalism, in which the solution is represented using a formal representation that was in use before computers were invented: logic.

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The goal of logic programming is to provide a higher level formalism, in which the solution is represented using a formal representation that was in use before computers were invented: logic.

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A Logical Approach Oxford University Press, 1990. Advanced Programming Techniques The MIT Press, second e. 1994 Wielemaker, 2001 Wielemaker, Jan SWI-Prolog .

Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York, and Tokyo, 1990, xii + 556 pp. B. Wüthrich. Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York, and Tokyo, 1990, xii + 556 pp.