Learning resources

Hello! I recently graduated from BSUIR (Belarus) and now considering using prolog in my master thesis next year.

Unfortunately, there aren’t much decent online resourses to learn about prolog. I flipped through http://learnprolognow.org, but it’s merely an introduction. There were some advanced topics on http://edu.swi-prolog.org, but for some reason platform has been closed.

Can you, please, suggest some other learning resources? Are there any decent MOOCs?

Thank you in advance.

What’s a MOOC?



Massive Open Online Course. Will be shocked to find one for Prolog, TBH

There was one at http://edu.swi-prolog.org, but now it’s closed :frowning:

Thanks for the response, I’ll definitely try it.

The Craft of Prolog by Richard O’Keefe.

If you’re using Prolog for knowledge representation, there are some books by John Sowa. Also: http://www.jfsowa.com/

There’s also Datalog and Datalog-like systems, if you’re interested in accessing structured data using a language better than SQL. Also, Yedalog (not sure of its status).


Thanks, I’m specifically interested in knowledge representation and will check it out.

Have you see this Wiki post?

Useful Prolog references

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