Programming Languages (CS302 2006S)

Class 32: Logic Programming (2)

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Held: Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Summary: Today we consider the basics of the Prolog logic programming language.

Related Pages:



Prolog: Imposing Fixed Control on Logic

Some Examples

Reasoning about courses

Simple Numeric Reasoning

The need for backtracking

Problems with Resolution

Affecting control: Cut

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