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Warren Abstract Machine 2007-01-14 15:25:50 Description: Originally published by the MIT Press, now available online. "This tutorial demystifies one of the most important yet poorly understood aspects of logic-programming, the Warren Abstract Machine, or WAM."
Author(s): Ait-Caci, Hassan
License: Some Restrictions (includes GNU)
Type: Book
Format: Paper, PDF
Price: Free
URL: http://www.vanx.org/ archive/ wam/ wam.html
Limitations: For non-commercial use.
ReviewText: I was surprised to come across the text online - I already had a copy sitting on my own bookshelf. The forward notes that the "WAM is an abstract machine consisting of a memory architecture and instruction set tailored to Prolog. It can be realized efficiently on a wide range of hardware, and serves as a target for portable Prolog compilers."
Keywords: programming , MIT , Prolog , WAM , Warren Abstract Machine
Submitter: EE HomePage Editorial Staff
Affiliation: Reader
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