5 edition of Logic programming, functions, relations, and equations found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Doug DeGroot, Gary Lindstrom.|
|Contributions||DeGroot, Doug., Lindstrom, Gary.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.6 .L5885 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 533 p. :|
|Number of Pages||533|
|LC Control Number||85031176|
Decomposition of Boolean functions.- 1 A historical sketch.- 2 Decomposition via Boolean equations.- Boolean-based mathematics.- 1 Mathematical logic.- 2 Post-based algebra.- 3 Geometry.- 4 Math 8th grade Linear equations and functions Recognizing functions. Testing if a relationship is a function. Relations and functions. This is the currently selected item. Recognizing functions from graph. Checking if a table represents a function. Practice: Recognize functions from tables. Recognizing functions from :// /cc-8th-function-intro/v/relations-and-functions.
Set operations in programming languages: Issues about data structures used to represent sets and the computational cost of set operations. Set theory is the foundation of mathematics. Many different systems of axioms have been proposed. Zermelo-Fraenkel set theory (ZF) is standard. Often extended by the axiom of choice to :// This book is about the logic of Boolean equations. Such equations were central in the "algebra of logic" created in by Boole [12, 13] and devel oped by others, notably Schroder , in the remainder of the nineteenth century. Boolean equations are also the language by which digital circuits are described ~kvasnicka/Free books/Brown_Boolean
determined equations, and a few extensions of this basic idea, can be used to solve many practical problems. The whole book can be covered in a 15 week (semester) course; a 10 week (quarter) course can cover most of the material, by skipping a few applications and perhaps the last two chapters on nonlinear least squares. The book can also be Relations, functions, identity, and multiple quantifiers Relations. We have developed a first order logic that is sufficient to describe many things. The goal of this chapter is to discuss ways to extend and apply this ://
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The book begins with a basic comparison of logic and functional languages, highlighting the advantages of both of them: the nondirectionality and the use of unification and logical variables in logic programming; functions the efficient and elegant use of reductions and possibly embedded function applications in functional :// P.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Logic programming, functions, relations, and equations. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, © J. LOGIC PROGRAMMING LOGIC PROGRAMMING WITH FUNCTIONS AND PREDICATES: THE LANGUAGE BABEL: JUAN JOSE MORENO-NAVARRO AND MARIO RODRIGUEZ-ARTALEJOt p We investigate the experimental programming language BABEL, designed to achieve integration of functional programming (as embodied in HOPE, Stand ard ML, or MIRANDA) and logic programming J.
LOGIC~PROGRAMMING LOGIC PROGRAMMING WITH EQUATIONS MAARTEN H. VAN EMDEN AND KEITARO YUKAWA* D This paper is a contribution to the amalgamation of logic functions (as embodied in PROLOG) and functional programming Logic Programming and Inductive Deﬂnitions 3 1 Introduction The uniﬂcation of logic and functional programming, like the Holy Grail, is sought by countless people [6, 14].
In reporting our attempt, we ﬂrst discuss the motivation. We argue that logic programming is Logic programming: functions, relations, and equations Doug DeGroot, Gary Lindstrom Prentice-Hall, c 大学図書館所蔵 件 / 全 30 件 愛知学泉大学 豊田図書館 図 /D OPAC 会津大学 情報センター (附属図書館) 図 QAL Logic programming: functions, relations, and equations / Doug DeGroot, Gary Lindstrom 資料形態: 図書 形態: vii, p.
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LOGIC PROGRAMMING 26$ LOGIC PROGRAMMING WITH EQUATIONS MAARTEN H. VAN EMDEN AND KEITARO YUKAWA* D This paper is a contribution to the amalgamation of logic programming (as embodied in PROLOG) and functional programming (as embodied in languages like SASL, KRC, HOPE, or in dialects of LISP like LISPKIT LISP Or SCHEME).
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While such systems are elegant from an operational point of view, a logical interpretation of the programs is not always :// Logic was further developed and systematized by the Stoics and by the medieval scholastic philosophers.
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Subrahmanyam and Jia-Huai You. FUNLOG: a computational model integrating logic programming and functional programming. In Doug DeGroot and Gary Lindstrom, editors, Logic programming: relations, functions, and equations, pages – Prentice-Hall, Google Scholar Logic functions and equations: binary models for computer science.
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