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Sinclair ZX Spectrum Micro-PROLOG Primer

by K L Clark, F G McCabe and J R Ennals 1983
302 pages small format paperback

Micro-PROLOG is the name of a variant or dialect of Prolog , initially created to microcomputer of 8 bits, popularized in the early of 1980 . Fue usado en la enseñanza pública, normalmente como introducción a la programación lógica ya la Inteligencia Artificial . Was used in public education, usually as an introduction to logic programming and Artificial Intelligence .

Sinclair Research launched a package that includes a 'primer' on the language, Micro Prolog, together with a cassette containing the interpreter and a few example programs. Prolog is the language that the Japanese have selected as a major component in their ambitious project for a new breed of computers called the Fifth Generation - planned for the next decade. And considering the Japanese designers are hoping to build computers that can emulate human reasoning powers, it's hardly surprising that the programming language they have chosen is a few light years away from homely old Basic.The name Prolog is derived from the phrase 'programming in logic'. The language was originally developed at the University of Marseilles about ten years ago,

This book was kindly donated by Rodney Dale


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