references to PARLOG ? 
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 references to PARLOG ?

hi!

i am using PARLOG, but unfortunately have no good references.
can anyone suggest some good references?
(i think there may be something in:
Concurrent Prolog, Vol. 1, by Shapiro).

btw, what do people think about PARLOG as a programming language?
good points? bad points?

many thanks,

        bert.

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Wed, 29 Mar 1995 15:18:47 GMT  
 references to PARLOG ?
|>
|> i am using PARLOG, but unfortunately have no good references.
|> can anyone suggest some good references?

  author =       "Tom Conlon",
  title =        "{Programming in Parlog}",
  publisher =    "Addison-Wesley",
  year =         1989,
  note =         "{\sc isbn:} 0-201-17450-2"

Quote:
}


  author =       "Steve Gregory",
  title =        "{Parallel Logic Programming in Parlog: The Language and its
                  Implementation}",
  publisher =    "Addison-Wesley",
  year =         1987,
  note =         "{\sc isbn:} 0-201-19241-1"

Quote:
}

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|   Tim Duncan, AI Applications Institute, University of Edinburgh,    |
|    80 South Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1HN, Scotland, United Kingdom.     |
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Fri, 31 Mar 1995 19:02:06 GMT  
 references to PARLOG ?

Quote:
>i am using PARLOG, but unfortunately have no good references.
>can anyone suggest some good references?
>(i think there may be something in:
>Concurrent Prolog, Vol. 1, by Shapiro).

There are many variants on the concurrent logic languages,
although they're actually very similar. It doesn't really make
much sense to try and distinguish between "Parlog", "GHC" and
"Concurrent Prolog". The names are different because of the
three separate research groups that were working (concurrently)
on these languages. If it comes from the UK it'll be called
"<something> Parlog", from Israel "<something> Concurrent
Prolog" and Japan "<something> GHC". The language Strand is
essentially the same thing distributed by a commercial company.

Possible references on Parlog include the Clark and Gregory
paper in vol.6. no.1 of ACM Transactions on Programming
Languages and Systems (1986) or the Ringwood paper in
Communications of the ACM vol.31,no.1 (1988).

Matthew Huntbach



Tue, 04 Apr 1995 16:13:03 GMT  
 
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