Applications of Prolog (Attila Csenki)

 
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Applications of Prolog (Attila Csenki)

The author's second book on Prolog programming and its applications for Ventus is this one. Unlike the first book [9], which discussed specific Prolog programming techniques, this volume discusses several applications for Prolog.

Both publications were created in response to the realization that the UK higher education system does not provide enough opportunities for students to feel the satisfaction of completing technical work successfully. According to the author, assessments take up an excessive amount of the average student's learning experience today.

By doing this, many intriguing obstacles are found and resolved. Prolog is the only language that is particularly suited for handling such issues because unification is available as a pattern-matching tool.

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