Prolog

An Introduction to Language Processing with Perl and Prolog (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AvaxGenius at Oct. 17, 2017
An Introduction to Language Processing with Perl and Prolog (Repost)

An Introduction to Language Processing with Perl and Prolog: An Outline of Theories, Implementation, and Application with Special Consideration of English, French, and German By Pierre M. Nugues
English | PDF | 2006 | 524 Pages | ISBN : 354025031X | 3.46 MB

The areas of natural language processing and computational linguistics have continued to grow in recent years, driven by the demand to automatically process text and spoken data. With the processing power and techniques now available, research is scaling up from lab prototypes to real-world, proven applications.

Natural Language Computing: An English Generative Grammar in Prolog  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by step778 at Aug. 19, 2016
Natural Language Computing: An English Generative Grammar in Prolog

Ray C. Dougherty, "Natural Language Computing: An English Generative Grammar in Prolog"
1994 | pages: 396 | ISBN: 0805815252 | DJVU | 4,2 mb

Prolog Versus You: An Introduction to Logic Programming  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by MoneyRich at Jan. 23, 2015
Prolog Versus You: An Introduction to Logic Programming

Prolog Versus You: An Introduction to Logic Programming by Anna-Lena Johansson, Agneta Eriksson-Granskog, Anneli Edman
English | August 25, 1989 | ISBN: 3540175776 | PDF | 297 pages | 10 MB

Prolog Versus You shows how you can take up the gauntlet of the logic programming language Prolog (PROgramming in LOGic) and use it as an obedient programming and problem solving tool. Logic programming emphasizes that programming is a human activity and consequently that programs should be easy for humans to write, understand and manipulate. In a program knowledge about the problem is stated in a logical language without consideration of the underlying machine language.

Micro-Prolog: Programming in Logic  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by MoneyRich at Dec. 21, 2014
Micro-Prolog: Programming in Logic

Micro-Prolog: Programming in Logic by Keith L. Clark
English | June 1984 | ISBN: 013581264X | 416 Pages | DJVU | 2 MB

Basic concepts; Facts and queries; Rules; Lists; Logic programming using micro-Prolog; Complex conditions in queries and rules; List processing; Introduction to parsing; Some pragmatic considerations; Metalogical programming; Core micro-Prolog; The standard syntax of micro-Prolog; Applications of micro-Prolog; A critical path analysis program; Micro-Prolog for expert systems; The logic of two person games; Micro-Prolog for problem solving; Index.

A Guide to Artificial Intelligence with Visual PROLOG  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by roxul at Nov. 7, 2014
A Guide to Artificial Intelligence with Visual PROLOG

Randall Scott, "A Guide to Artificial Intelligence with Visual PROLOG"
English | ISBN: 1432749366 | 2010 | 192 pages | Djvu | 3 MB
Memory Performance of Prolog Architectures (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science)

Memory Performance of Prolog Architectures (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science) by Evan Tick
English | Nov. 1, 2011 | ISBN: 1461292026 | 241 Pages | PDF | 9 MB

One suspects that the people who use computers for their livelihood are growing more "sophisticated" as the field of computer science evolves. This view might be defended by the expanding use of languages such as C and Lisp in contrast to the languages such as FORTRAN and COBOL. This hypothesis is false however - computer languages are not like natural languages where successive generations stick with the language of their ancestors.

Computing With Logic: Logic Programming With Prolog  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by leonardo78 at June 18, 2017
Computing With Logic: Logic Programming With Prolog

Computing With Logic: Logic Programming With Prolog by David Maier, David S. Warren
1988 | ISBN: 0805366814 | 535 pages | DJVU | 3,7 MB

A critical property of a programming language is its level of abstraction. We want to program in a more declarative style—saying what a program should compute, rather than how to compute it. In logic programming we define properties and relationships for the objects of interest, and the system determines how to compute with those objects. In this paradigm programming becomes setting up constraints with knowns and unknowns. The system solves for the unknowns, analogously to solving linear equations or to a spreadsheet filling in values of empty cells. There are some key differences, though, between the latter examples and the kind of constraints solving in logic programming.
Language Processing with Perl and Prolog: Theories, Implementation, and Application, Second Edition

Language Processing with Perl and Prolog: Theories, Implementation, and Application, Second Edition By Pierre M. Nugues
English | EPUB | 2014 | 662 Pages | ISBN : 364241463X | 4 MB

The areas of natural language processing and computational linguistics have continued to grow in recent years, driven by the demand to automatically process text and spoken data. With the processing power and techniques now available, research is scaling up from lab prototypes to real-world, proven applications.

Logic Programming with Prolog [repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by hill0 at March 28, 2017
Logic Programming with Prolog [repost]

Logic Programming with Prolog by Max Bramer
English | 31 Jan. 2014 | ISBN: 144715486X | 268 Pages | PDF (True) | 1.27 MB

Logic Programming is the name given to a distinctive style of programming, very different from that of conventional programming languages such as C++ and Java. By far the most widely used Logic Programming language is Prolog. Prolog is a good choice for developing complex applications, especially in the field of Artificial Intelligence.

Building Expert Systems in Prolog (Springer Compass International)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Jan. 24, 2017
Building Expert Systems in Prolog (Springer Compass International)

Building Expert Systems in Prolog (Springer Compass International) by Dennis Merritt
English | Jan. 1, 1989 | ISBN: 1461389135 | 308 Pages | PDF | 4 MB

When I compare the books on expert systems in my library with the production expert systems I know of, I note that there are few good books on building expert systems in Prolog. Of course, the set of actual production systems is a little small for a valid statistical sample, at least at the time and place of this writing - here in Gennany, and in the first days of 1989.