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Prolog manuals. Programming languages.

Definition of Prolog

Short for Programming Logic, Prolog is a high-level programming language based on formal logic. Unlike traditional programming languages that are based on performing sequences of commands, Prolog is based on defining and then solving logical formulas. Prolog is sometimes called a declarative language or a rule-based language because its programs consist of a list of facts and rules. Prolog is used widely for artificial intelligence applications, particularly expert systems.
 

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Online Guide to Prolog Programming Welcome to On-line Guide to Prolog Programming designed and maintained by Roman Barták. I opened this site as a contribution to evolving area of logic programming languages and PROLOG in particular. I intend it to be an introduction to logic programming and PROLOG for beginners but I also expect to cover some advanced topics. It's not meant as an unclassified collection of links to other pages although I also include some interesting links here.
 
 
LearnProlog Now Learn Prolog Now! is an introductory course to programming in Prolog. The online version has been available since 2001, and now there is also a throughly revised version available in book

We wanted to do two things with this course. First, we wanted to provide a text that was relatively self contained, a text that would permit someone with little or no knowledge of computing to pick up the basics of Prolog with the minimum of fuss. We also wanted the text to be clear enough to make it useful for self study. We believe that if you read the text, and do the associated exercises, you will gain a useful partial entry to the world of Prolog.

But only a partial entry, and this brings us to our second point. We want to emphasize the practical aspects of Prolog. Prolog is something you do. You can't learn a programming language simply by reading about it, and if you really want to get the most out of this course, we strongly advise you to get hold of a Prolog interpreter (you'll find pointers to some nice ones on this website) and work through all the Practical Sessions that we provide. And of course, don't stop with what we provide.

 
 
Prolog and Logic Programming This course is supported by World-Wide Web documents. These notes originated from the School of Computer Science in the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom. More precisely, they were written by Peter Hancox mainly in the early hours of the morning at home in the edge of Worcestershire in the English midlands.

These notes are publically accessible and we know they are used by students learning at other universities. If you are a tutor and want to use these notes for group teaching, please ask for a copy rather than using our World-Wide Web server.
 
 
The Prolog Dictionary
This version of the Prolog dictionary assumes the syntax of SWI Prolog. Some examples assume a Unix command interpreter, as in Linux and MacOS X/Terminal.

You should use The Prolog Dictionary to clarify or revise concepts that you have already met. The Prolog Dictionary is not a suitable way to begin to learn about Prolog. That said, this dictionary is designed to be used by beginner and intermediate Prolog programmers. Further information on Prolog can be found in the SWI Prolog documentation linked above.

 
 
Prolog in Examples The goal of this tutorial is to convince you, that Prolog can be an efficient tool to do programming if you know the right techniques.

These notes are publically accessible and we know they are used by students learning at other universities. If you are a tutor and want to use these notes for group teaching, please ask for a copy rather than using our World-Wide Web server.
 
 
Visual Prolog tutorials A set of Visual Prolog video tutorials will help you to study Visual Prolog.
 
 
YAP Prolog "This document provides User information on version of YAP (yet another prolog). The YAP Prolog System is a high-performance Prolog compiler developed at LIACC, Universidade do Porto. YAP provides several important features..."
 
 
Prolog. A introduction to Prolog 22 pages. PDF format.
 
 
 

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