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This document contains some pointers to information on Logic Programming available around the world on the World Wide Web.
- Logic Programming and Prolog including the ISO Prolog Standard and other resources.
- Logic Programming Group and searchable papers related to logic programming by people at Department of Computing, Imperial College, London, UK.
- Association of Logic Programming (ALP).
- Bibliographies on Logic Programming.
- CoLogNET, European Network of Excellence in Computational Logic. Previously Compulog Net.
- Programming Language Research page including pointers to areas related to logic programming.
- Collection of Tutorials on Prolog: http://www.dataminingtools.net/browsetutorials.php?tag=prolog
- Constraint Logic Programming (CLP): See also [news:comp.constraints comp.constraints newsgroup. See book:
- Inductive Logic Programming (ILP): ILPNET is the Inductive Logic Programming European Scientific Network.
- Logic programming information at Dept. of Computing & Electrical Engineering, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.
- Evolving Algebras including papers relation to logic programming, WAM and Prolog.
- Prolog and Logic Programming course at the University of Birmingham School of Computer Science.
- Logic Programming information from ACM SIGART.
- Simply Logical: Intelligent Reasoning by Example by Peter Flach, John Wiley & Sons, 1994, covers theoretical and practical aspects of Prolog programming and information on AI.
- Abstract Interpretation for Logic Programming Bibliography.
- Logic Program Synthesis and Transformation EC Human Capital and Mobility programme.
- Logical Frameworks home page.
- Database Systems and Logic Programming.
- Journal of Functional and Logic Programming, a new electronic journal from The MIT Press.
- Journal of Logic and Computation, published by OUP.
- Journal of Logic Programming, published by Elsevier. See contents
- Prolog 1000, a database of real Prolog applications assembled in conjunction with the ALP and PVG. Email email@example.com (Chris Moss) or firstname.lastname@example.org (Leon Sterling).
- Issues in Implementing Logic Languages.
- Applied Logic Systems, Inc. (ALS) produce Prolog and CLP compilers.
- Hybrid Systems Tool (HST), using GSF/CLP(R) constraint logic programming.
- GUPU, an environment specialized for Prolog programming courses.
- Intensive Prolog course from the Knowledge Media Institute Open University, UK.
- Concurrent and Constraint Logic Programming, Department of Computer Science, University of Bristol, UK.
- Pisa Logic Programming Group, Italy.
- Natural Language Computing project, Linguistics Department, New York University, USA. Universal grammar in Prolog.
- Machine Learning Group, Oxford University Computing Laboratory, UK. Mainly Inductive Logic Programming. See also Progol.
- Beddoe Research Group, Department of Computer Science, Monash University, Australia. Interests includes CLP(R).
- Logic Programming & Software Engineering Research Group, including the Extensions of Logic Programming (ELP) subgroup, Information Systems and Computing Department, The Politechnical University of Valencia (UPV), Spain.
- Laboratory for Logic,Databases and Advanced Programming, Department of Computer Science, New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, USA.
- Logic Programming Research Related Pages links from Slava Petukhin, Irkutsk State University, Russia.
- Logic and Prolog 1999/2000 course, King's College London↑, UK.
- "logic+programming" Logic programming puplications from Google Scholar.
The following may be of interest:
- CMU Prolog Repository (large).
- IC Prolog II on-line manual.
- Prolog Management Group of major companies with an interest in Prolog.
- CWRU ProSE Research Group (Prolog for Software Engineering).
- Prolog Development Center, Copenhagen, Denmark. See Visual Prolog.
- Prolog Programming: A First Course, an on-line book for a short Prolog course by Paul Brna.
For multiple platforms:
- BinProlog from BinNet Corp. See also Jinni (Java INference Engine and Networked Interactor).
- B-Prolog Prolog / constraint logic programming (CLP) system.
- Ciao is a general-purpose programming language, but the Ciao system offers a complete ISO-compliant Prolog.
- GNU Prolog compiler, a free Prolog compiler with constraint solving over finite domains. See main web site
- IF/Prolog system from IF Computer. For Unix, Windows 95/98, Windows NT.
- IT ProLog from IT Masters. Several supported platforms (Unix and Windows NT). Was BIM ProLog.
- LPA WIN-PROLOG, MacProlog32 and Prolog++ from Logic Programming Associates Ltd, UK.
- MINERVA. Commercial ISO Prolog in Java, Japan.
- PROLOG+CG. Integrates Prolog, Conceptual Graph, object-oriented programming and Java, from INSEA, Rabat, Morocco. (Windows, Unix, etc.) See also online course material (aimed especially at people from the humanities).
- Quintus Prolog. For Unix and MS Windows.
- SICStus Prolog is a commercial portable implementation for most Unix machines, Windows and Macintosh. Send requests for ordering information to email@example.com. To join the mailing list, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- SWI-Prolog. For Unix and MS Windows. (Second sourced.) Portable, copy-lefted.
- YAP Prolog System (Yet Another Prolog). High-performance Prolog compiler for Linux/Solaris/Windows NT,95,98. Free use in academic environments.
For Unix systems:
- Modular SB-Prolog (= SB-Prolog version 3.1 plus modules). Interpreter for SPARC. Email: email@example.com (Brian Paxton).
- Aquarius Prolog 1.0, send message with body "get aquarius-info license" to firstname.lastname@example.org. High performance, commercial functionality except debugging and modules. For SPARC, DECstation, MIPS, HP 9000 series, Sun 3. Copy-lefted. Send all questions, comments, and bug reports to email@example.com.
- Amzi! Prolog + Logic Server (former Cogent Prolog). Commercial implementation for embedding Prolog in other tools. Runs under Windows 3.x, 95, WFW, NT 3.5x, DOS, Extended-DOS. Allows embedding of Prolog components in C/C++, Visual Basic, Delphi, Access, PowerBuilder and many other tools. See Prolog information and demos and samples. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
- ADA Prolog (fairly slow) and ESL Prolog (good, fast). (See contents for full list.) Email: email@example.com (Michael Covington).
- LPA WIN-Prolog is a commercial implementation available on Windows 3.1, Macintosh and MS-DOS. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Qu-Prolog. Support symbolic computation for mathematical notations and specification languages such as Z.
- Strawberry Prolog freeware Prolog compiler for Windows 95/NT. (Unix and Macintosh versions planned.)
- Trinc-Prolog. An object-oriented Prolog for Windows. On-line trial version available.
- Visual Prolog from the Prolog Development Center available under DOS, Windows 3.1/95/98, NT, OS/2, SCO Unix, Linux. See also freeware version.
For the Apple Macintosh:
- Demo version of LPA MacProlog. (See contents for full list.) Email: email@example.com (Michael Covington).
- Open Prolog. (Second sourced.) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Brady).
- UPMAIL Tricia Prolog. (Get the README file first.) Email: email@example.com.
- TPM (the Transparent Prolog Machine). Demo LPA MacProlog with the TPM debugger built on top.
- Hdrug, an environment to develop logic grammars, parsers, and generators for natural languages using SICStus Prolog and ProTcl.
- JIPL: Java Interface for Prolog. Works with K-Prolog.
- JIP (Java Internet Prolog), a cross-platform Prolog interpreter for JDK1.1.
- jProlog, a Prolog to Java compiler.
- K-Prolog users manual (in Japanese).
- A large list of free/shareware Prolog implementations maintained at CMU.
- Third party software and application links listed by SICS.
- PI, an interface between Prolog applications and the X Window System.
- ProTcl, the Prolog interface to the Tcl/Tk toolkit.
- ProWindows 3 is a commercial version of XPCE for Quintus Prolog. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- XPCE, an object-oriented X-window interface toolkit for symbolic programming languages (Prolog and Lisp). Email email@example.com to join the mailing list.
- XWIP, an X Windows interface for Prolog (second sourced).
Other logic programming systemsEdit
- &-Prolog, And-parallel Prolog. Source available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- ACE, And-Or-parallel Prolog. Contact email@example.com and/or (!) firstname.lastname@example.org. For papers/reports, contact email@example.com.
- Actor Prolog, an object-oriented Prolog (information in Russian).
- ALF (Algebraic Logic Functional language), an integrated functional logic language based on narrowing/rewriting. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Hanus).
- Andorra-I, an Or- and (deterministic) and-parallel Prolog. Source available.
- Aurora, Or-parallel Prolog. Source available.
- CLP(BNR) and CLP(RI) compilers from Applied Logic Systems, Inc.
- clp(FD), a constraint logic programming language for Finite Domains from INRIA, France (see README file for installation details).
- clp(FD,S), a generic language for semiring-based constraint solving.
- CLP(R), available by email request from Joxan Jaffar on email@example.com. A Constraint Logic Programming language, for academic and research purposes only.
- cu-Prolog, a constraint logic programming language from ICOT Free Software (Japan) for use under Unix. Second sourced at SICS (Sweden), GMD (Germany) and Univ. of Oregon (USA). Email firstname.lastname@example.org to join the mailing list.
- ECLiPSe Constraint Logic Programming System.
- Elf constraint logic programming language based on the LF Logical Framework.
- Fish, a logic programmer's shell available under the GNU general public licence.
- Flang (Functional-Logic Programming Language), Russia.
- Gödel logic programming language.
- KLIC, a language system of the concurrent logic programming language KL1 (version 1.410) for Unix-based computers from ICOT Free Software (Japan). Second sourced at SICS (Sweden), GMD (Germany) and Univ. of Oregon (USA).
- lambda Prolog, an extension to Prolog including higher-order programming, polymorphic types, modules, abstract datatypes, and direct support for lambda-terms.
- LeanTaP, a small theorem prover written in SICStus Prolog.
- Logtalk, an extension for Object-Oriented Programming in Prolog.
- LIFE (Logic, Inheritance, Functions, and Equations), an experimental programming language.
- MALI logic programming language, INRIA, France. Contact email@example.com to join the mailing list. Mercury, a pure logic programming language designed for the development of efficient and robust real-world applications, based on strong types and modes.
- Mixtus, an automatic partial evaluator for full Prolog.
- MONA, a logic-based programming language and tool that translates programs (or formulas) to finite-state automata.
- Muse, Or-parallel Prolog. Source available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Oz System for constraint programming from the DFKI Programming Systems Lab, including a logic sublanguage.
- Progol, an ILP system.
- RELFUN extends Horn logic by higher-order syntax, first-class finite domains, and eager expressions of non-deterministic, non-ground functions, explicitly distinguished from structures.
- SAMPLE AI language.
- XSB, system with OLDT-resolution and HiLog capability. Compiler for Linux, Sun, Sparc, and NeXT. Email: email@example.com.
- Free/shareware logic programming implementations maintained at CMU.
- Functional Logic Programming: Languages and Systems.
- Software Products from the Imperial College Logic Programming Group, UK. Includes April, IC-Prolog ][, Parlog and Euclid.
- Summary of conference paper submission deadlines in the area of programming language theory, including logic programming.
- Logic-Related Conferences.
- ASTAP (Advanced Software Technology Awareness Programme).
- International Workshop on Nonmonotonic Reasoning (in connection with KR'98) NMRW'98 Logic Programming workshop, Trento, Italy, 30 May - 1 June 1998 .
- INAP International Conference on Applications of Prolog. See INAP 2004.
- PACT (Practical Application of Constraint Technology). PAP/PACT98, London, UK, 25-27 March 1998. See also other related conferences and resources.
- PAP (Practical Applications of Prolog). PAP/PACT98, London, UK, 25-27 March 1998.
- LOPSTR'97. See also LoPSTr'96, PLILP'95 (Programming Languages, Implementations, Logics and Programs) in parallel with LoPSTr'95 (Fifth International Workshop on Logic Program Synthesis and Transformation), previous PLILP meetings including PLILP'94 / ALP'94 joint conference (Programming Language Implementation and Logic Programming / Algebraic and Logic Programming).
- Logic programming books and Prolog programming books listed by Amazon.com USA site.
- Logic programming books and Prolog programming books listed by Amazon.co.uk UK site.
- "logic+programming" Logic programming books from Google Print.
- Programming Logic Programming books from The MIT Press, including Logic Programming: The 1999 International Conference, by Danny De Schreye (ed.).
- Logic, Programming and Prolog, 2nd edition, by Ulf Nilsson and Jan Maluszynski. Full text online!
- Logic programming books available online from FreeTechBooks.com.
- Artificial Intelligence
- Formal methods
- Functional programming
- Functional logic programming
- Programming language research
- Logic-based programming languages including Prolog from Google Web Directory.
- Prolog links from DMOZ Open Directory project.
- Logic programming and Prolog links from Yahoo.
Last updated by Jonathan Bowen, 16 March 2009.
Further information for possible inclusion is welcome.