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Re: looking for standard textbook

From: Lindsey Spratt
Subject: Re: looking for standard textbook
Date: Mon, 05 Mar 2012 09:47:44 -0500

On Mar 5, 2012, at 6:33 AM, Paulo Moura wrote:

> On 05/03/2012, at 10:47, andh wrote:
>> Hello!
>> Is there a book like The Scheme Programming Language, or The C
>> Programming Language, just for Prolog?
My favorite introduction to Prolog is in the opening chapters of Ivan Bratko's 
"Prolog Programming for Artificial Intelligence":*listing*title

I think you might look at Sterling and Shapiro's "The Art of Prolog" (2nd ed) 
for a good overview of logic programming in general and Prolog in specific. 
This appears to be an expensive work, so you might want to find it in a 
university library.

O'Keefe's "The Craft of Prolog" is an excellent book, but I do not think it is 
a good place to start with learning Prolog.

This information may be out of date: I have not been keeping track of 
publications in the field.

Lindsey Spratt

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