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Outline of Class 33: Logic Programming in Prolog

Held: Wednesday, April 22, 1998

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Predicate-Logic Programming

Prolog

where the P and Q's are all predicate applications.

A Simple Example: Information about Musicians


On to More Prolog Programming
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