- Author:Adrian Walker
- Publisher:Addison-Wesley (January 1, 1987)
- Pages:490 pages
- Subcategory:Computer Science
- FB2 format1311 kb
- ePUB format1971 kb
- DJVU format1596 kb
- Formats:mbr mobi lit azw
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Although an appendix is provided which. discusses the logical basis of Prolog and Syllog, I think. it would be difficult to use this book for the logical.
The book takes a formal, logical approach to its. subject. Although an appendix is provided which.
Adrian Walker (E., Michael McCord, John F. Sowa and Walter G. Wilson Addison-Wesley, Reading, Mass. Programming in Prolog. vii+475 pp. ISBN 0-201-09044-9. Authors and affiliations. American Journal of Computational Linguistics 8, 110–119.
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Formal grammars and the regeneration capability of biological systems. Journal of Computer and System Sciences Volume 11, Issue 2, October 1975
Formal grammars and the regeneration capability of biological systems. Journal of Computer and System Sciences Volume 11, Issue 2, October 1975. On the inference of stochastic regular grammars (with A Van der Mude). Information and Control, Volume 38, Issue 3, September 1978. Syllog: a knowledge-based data management system.
Find nearly any book by Adrian Walker. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Adrian Walker, Michael McCord, John F. Sowa, Walter G. Wilson. ISBN 9780201524246 (978-0-201-52424-6) Hardcover, Addison-Wesley, 1990.
with SWESIL?), it might have been better to wait until more care could be taken. Although the title leads one to assume the authors will concern themselves with "word experts," which usually implies lexical procedures in Small's sense (they cite him several times), it turns out that nothing in DLT can be construed as such
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