Online Prolog tutorials and books
Here are some good tutorials and books you can find on the web. We'll require
you to read some parts of some of these.
More Prolog resources
- SICSTUS Prolog is the
Prolog that is installed on our Sun and Linux systems in the csee department.
We also have copies that can be installed on research machines (sun, linux,
windows) run by the department. Contact Tim Finin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
for information. There is an extensive user's
- SWI-Prolog is a Free Software Prolog
compiler, licensed under the Lesser GNU Public License. Being free, small
and standard compliant, SWI-Prolog has become very popular for education.
- Prolog according to Wikipedia
- The comp.lang.prolog
- FAQ - comp.lang.prolog
- Prolog Dictionary
is a list of prolog-specific terms.
- The first 10 Prolog
programming contests - The first 10 Prolog Programming Contests took place
in Ithaca (1994), Portland (1995), Bonn (1996), Leuven (1997), Manchester
(1998), Las Cruces (1999), Paphos (2001), Copenhagen (2002), Mumbay (2003)
and Saint-Malo (2004). The contest organisers have written this book, containing
the (slightly reworked) questions and an answer (in Prolog of course) for
Prolog AI Resources
Using Prolog at UMBC
We have SICSTUS prolog installed on most of the OIT systems and also machines
in the CSEE Department. See here for some help in
getting started using this. You can also download and install SWI-Prolog
on your own computer.
We should have SWI Prolog installed early in September 2006