Prolog

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

French: Abbreviation of Programmation en Logique.

Proper noun[edit]

Prolog

  1. (computing) A programming language developed in the 1970s for artificial intelligence and logic programming.
    • 2006, Patrick Blackburn · Johan Bos · Kristina Striegnitz, Learn Prolog Now!, §7.1
      Prolog has been used for many purposes, but its inventor, Alain Colmerauer, was interested in computational linguistics, and this remains a classic application for the language. Moreover, Prolog offers a number of tools which make life easier for computational linguists, and we are now going to start learning about one of the most useful of these: definite clause grammars, or DCGs as they are usually called.