Wiki Discussion: Useful Prolog references

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Useful Prolog references

The Useful Prolog references started from a request by Prodog. :slightly_smiling_face:

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Michael Covington, Professor Emeritus at University of Georgia, had released 2 Prolog books that I did not see listed:

  1. Prolog Programming in Depth (1997) (pdf) (source code)
  2. Natural Language Processing for Prolog Programmers (1994) (pdf) (source code)

More info on the books can be found at his site:

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I can make the edit but really would prefer that others feel comfortable making the changes themselves.

Wanted to make sure it was an acceptable addition before doing so.

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