**Logic, Programming and Prolog**

by Ulf Nilsson, Jan Mauszynski

**Publisher**: John Wiley & Sons Inc 1995**ISBN/ASIN**: 0471959960**ISBN-13**: 9780471959960**Number of pages**: 296

**Description**:

What sets this book apart from others on logic programming is the breadth of its coverage. The authors have achieved a fine balance between a clear and authoritative treatment of the theory and a practical, problem-solving approach to its applications. This edition introduces major new developments in a continually evolving field and includes such topics as concurrency and equational and constraint logic programming.

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