TDDD08 Logic Programming
LecturesSubject to modifications and alignments.
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|#1||Practical matters, objectives,
introduction to logic programming
Handouts: [introduction], [puzzle solving program with a fragment of a trace], [transforming expressions into postfix form program], [grandchild/2 and similar predicates]
|#2||Definite logic programs, declarative
semantics (includes 1st order logic, repetition)
Handouts: [declarative semantics].
|#3,4||Unification. Operational semantics.
[Handouts] on SLD-resolution. ( [Summary] on soundness and completeness.)
|#5,6||Introduction to Prolog. Example programs.
Handouts: [Prolog], [example programs], [Prolog built-ins, a draft overview].
Handouts: [program correctness & completeness], [additional slides, the same with animation], [example correctness proofs, also Section 3 of this [article].
Handouts: [overview used at the lecture], a more comprehensive [version].
Definite Clause Grammars (DCGs)
Handouts: [difference lists], [DCGs],
(Ch 14 and a supplementary chapter of [Nilsson,Maluszynski])
Handouts: [informal introduction],
[negation, definite programs] (fragments on compl(P)),
[general programs part 1, the same one slide/page (with animations)]
|#11,#12||Negation, general programs. Final comments.
Handouts: [general programs part 2]
Extra: control in Prolog, on termination of definite programs, a note on occur check
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Last updated: 2015-10-11