Prolog++: The Power of Object-oriented and Logic Programming
The first book on Prolog ++, an important new language combining object-orientation with logic programming. Includes tutorial style with worked examples, exercises, summaries, etc., significant applications coverage, state-of-the-art coverage of other approaches including parallel language, and distributed databases.
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A Prolog primer
Declarative Prolog++ programming
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algorithm approach arguments arity assignment statement atom attributes backtracking basic behaviour borrower built-in button chapter clause compiler complex components concurrent create data structures database dataflow diagram declarative declarative programming default defined definition diagram dialogue dynamic dynamic binding eight queens problem error evaluated example execution fact Figure function functor goal graphical graphical user interface handled hierarchy Horn Clauses implementation inheritance instance integer logic programming Macintosh metaprogramming method module multiple inheritance necessary nextstep normally notation object object-oriented languages object-oriented programming Objective-C operations output parameter possible predicate present(P problem procedure programming languages Prolog programs Prolog systems Prolog++ queen query recursive representation represented result routine simple Simula Smalltalk solutions specific stack symbolic techniques term unification user interface variable verb window
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