books on the prolog interpreter wanted 
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 books on the prolog interpreter wanted


>  I'm looking for a (the?) bnf description of Prolog.
>  I am also trying to find out how the prolog interpreter
>and or compiler (I think there is one) works. I'm not
>looking for books on "How to program in Prolog" but books/articles
>on how a prolog interpreter/compiler is written.
>  ie. searching the fact base, decision trees etc.
>  Pointers to WWW sites etc. would be great, as would
>references to books/articles.

Prof. Ait-Kaci has written a fine book called _Warren's Abstract
Machine_.  It describes how to implement a WAM.

I've not seen any books on how to write the compiler portion.

Mary Kroening

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Tue, 14 Apr 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
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