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An Introduction to Logic Programming through Prolog

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An Introduction to Logic Programming through Prolog
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Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN/ASIN: 0135360471
ISBN-13: 9780135360477
Number of pages: 258

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Using theory as a foundation for practical programming, this text presents the theory of logic programming with clear proofs, extended examples, and implementation techniques. It covers logical theory, practical programming, and the structure of a simple Prolog implementation.

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