1. SLP 1984:
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Proceedings of the 1984 International Symposium on Logic Programming, Atlantic City, New Jersey, February 6-9, 1984. IEEE-CS 1984, ISBN 0-8186-0522-7
Parallel Language Issues
- Tom Khabaza:
Negation as Failure and Parallelism.
- David Gelernter:
A Note on Systems Programming in Concurrent Prolog.
- Ehud Y. Shapiro, Colin Mierowsky:
Fair, Biased, and Self-Balancing Merge Operators: Their Specification and Implementation in Concurrent Prolog.
Applications in Prolog
Knowledge Representation and Data Bases
Logic Programming Plus Functional Programming I
Logic Programming Plus Functional Programming II
Logic Programming Implementation Issues
Grammars and Parsing
Aspects of Logic Programming Languages
Theory of Logic Programming
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