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Programming in PROLOG: Using the ISO Standard

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Originally published in 1981, this was the first textbook on programming in the Prolog language and is still the definitive introductory text on Prolog. Though many Prolog textbooks have been published since, this one has withstood the test of time because of its comprehensiveness, tutorial approach, and emphasis on general programming applications.

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Paperback, 300 pages
Published July 25th 2003 by Springer (first published October 1st 1981)
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Tae
Oct 22, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
It has some issues but overall I think it is a great programming book. I liked how it is structured and the fact that it includes sample programs and proposes some projects.
Martti
Jan 13, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
During the 1980s I gave university courses on knowledge programming. I used "Programming in Prolog" as the core reference material on Prolog. The edition published in 1981 was the first textbook on the programming in the Prolog language.

Prolog provides interesting facilities to be used in abstract problem solving and as a tool to program in the terms of logic. It is also very useful in handling relational data base structures. In my own research project I used Prolog to solve mathematical optim
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Stephen Goss
Dec 17, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I've read a few Prolog books, and this one seems to be the most approachable for humans. Other Prolog books start off with massive amounts of theory talk about Herbrand universes and such or delve into unnecessary minutia of difference lists and other Prolog arcana. This book, on the other hand, is a very gentle introduction--a great first book on Prolog.
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