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A.D.A. PD Prolog: A slow Prolog for MS-DOS systems.

A.D.A. Public Domain Prolog is a rather slow implementation of Prolog for MS-DOS systems, originally a product of Automata Design Associates (now defunct). The distribution includes some sample expert systems, including Simon Blackwell's "PIE" Truth Maintenance System, a few games written in Prolog (including Towers of Hanoi), a few puzzles, and Ludwig J. Schumacher's ATN-based natural language parser. ************************************************************ *** Note: This and adapdpro are very similar. I haven't *** *** the differences, and verified that the computer *** *** algebra system runs in adapdpro, so I'm leaving this *** *** version around for the time being. *** ************************************************************
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Version: 1.90 (5-MAY-86) Ports: IBM PC (MS-DOS) Copying: Public Domain CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1 Author(s): Robert Morein and Automata Design Associates Contact: Automata Design Associates (now defunct) 1570 Arran Way Dresker, PA 19025 Tel: 215-335-5400/215-646-4894 Keywords: ADA PD Prolog, ATN Parser, Authors!Morein, Expert System Shells, Interpreters!Prolog, NLP, Parsing, Programming Languages!Prolog, Prolog!IBM PC, Prolog!Implementations, Public Domain, Towers of Hanoi References: Documentation (a combined user guide, reference manual and tutorial) is included in the distribution.
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