PROLOG


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PROLOGProgramming in Logic
PROLOGProgram Logistics
PROLOGProgram Logistic
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"There was a definite need to localize Prolog for the Chinese market.
There are many advantages to using Prolog within Perl.
Prolog has raised $65 million for its second fund and has approximately $100 million under management.
Prolog LT improves profitability and reduces project risk by consolidating multiple spreadsheets, word processing files, paper-based forms, drawings and other important documents in a single, easy-to-access database.
The preliminary version was a version of Prolog with some extensions to the modularization, meta-structure and relational database interface.
The minimum computer configuration for Prolog is an IBM PC, 384K RAM internal memory, and an MS-DOS operating system (version 2.0 or later).
"Santrio and ProLog want the same end result, to help our clients fulfill the needs of their customers in the best way possible so they can grow their business and enjoy success.
(Takashi Chikayama, author of an article included in this issue, was also a member of the Tokyo Study Group.) A colleague, Hideyuki Nakashima, one of the earliest proponents of Prolog in Japan, was designing Prolog/KR [13].
The approach to programming in Prolog is fundamentally different from programming in other, better-known languages such as Basic.
Chief executive Steve Vaughan said: "We hope this will be the start of a mutually fruitful partnership with Prolog as we work to win further contracts in the public sector."
My research at that time was on LM-Prolog, an extended Prolog well integrated with Lisp and implemented on MIT-style Lisp Machines (LMI and Symbolics) [1].
Born in France in the early 1970s, Prolog (PROgramming in LOGic) [7, 11] was brought to world attention when chosen as the official language for the well-publicized, Japan's Fifth Generation Computer Project, in 1981.