Prolog programming assignments

Prolog is a unique programming language. It represents logic programming, has lots of different implementations and absolutely opposite feedbacks in community of programmers over the world. It has its roots in mathematical logic (first-order logic), artificial intelligence and algorithm theory. One of the features of Prolog programming is its readability but in the same time the process of program designing can be compared with an art. The syntax of Prolog is relatively simple and has a small set of special symbols and keywords that can be easily “translated” into normal language. Prolog operates with predicates, terms, rules and facts. The behaviour of these objects is just the same as in mathematical logic. So it is easier for you to manage Prolog project having a good mathematical background.

Prolog program is a set of rules that looks like an expression with implication and a set of conjunctive statements (actually it uses Horn clauses, a subset of first-order logic). It cannot solve general logic problems (it doesn’t allow to use disjunction “or” and negotiation “not”) because its “proof” is deterministic. Prolog is something between simple interpreter and a machine to prove theorems. Use Assignment4Student service to get efficient help with Prolog assignments and learn more about Prolog programming.

Well, Prolog is one of the ancient and still most popular logic programming languages. It is used in expert systems, artificial intelligence research and wherever logic paradigms can be applied in more natural way than imperative programming style. Find more info about help with Prolog programming assignments on the Home Page and How It Works Page.

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