This guide consists of a number of tutorials that provide detailed, comprehensive coverage of different aspects of Prolog in general, and Prolog-2 in particular. The first two thirds of the book covers facilities that exist in most DEC-10 style implementations which will in all likelihood form a major part of the forthcoming standard definition of the language. The remaining chapters deal wth the details of Prolog-2 in different environments.The documentation for the first system, parts of which survive in what follows, were written by a technical author who ... and we reached an agreement with Sinclair which gave us a cheap QL and promised some money to develop a system.
|Title||:||An Advanced Logic Programming Language|
|Publisher||:||Intellect Books - 1990-01-01|