What the naive user wants from Prolog

Ennals, Richard, Briggs, Jonathan and Brough, Derek (1984) What the naive user wants from Prolog. In: Campbell, J.A., (ed.) Implementations of Prolog. Chichester, U.K. : Ellis Horwood. pp. 376-386. (Artificial intelligence) ISBN 0853126755


Earlier generations of computers made few concessions to naive users. Fith generation computing projects emphasise human needs and users. "Logic as a Computer Language for Children", at Imperial College, enabled the computer to be used declaratively by naive users. The chapter reviews experience of different implementations, surface syntax and applications.

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