Category: Prolog programming language family

Visual Prolog
Visual Prolog, previously known as PDC Prolog and Turbo Prolog, is a strongly typed object-oriented extension of Prolog. As Turbo Prolog, it was marketed by Borland but it is now developed and markete
Arity/Prolog32 is an extended version of Prolog, a logic programming language associated with artificial intelligence and computational linguistics. It was originally developed at the Arity Corporatio
Absys was an early declarative programming language from the University of Aberdeen. It anticipated a number of features of Prolog such as negation as failure, aggregation operators, the central role
Strand (programming language)
Strand is a high-level symbolic language for parallel computing, similar in syntax to Prolog. Artificial Intelligence Ltd were awarded the British Computer Society Award for Technical Innovation 1989
SWI-Prolog is a free implementation of the programming language Prolog, commonly used for teaching and semantic web applications. It has a rich set of features, libraries for constraint logic programm
ECLiPSe is a software system for the development and deployment of Constraint Programming applications, e.g. in the areas of optimization, planning, scheduling, resource allocation, timetabling, trans
B-Prolog was a high-performance implementation of the standard Prolog language with several extended features including matching clauses, action rules for event handling, finite-domain constraint solv
Comparison of Prolog implementations
The following Comparison of Prolog implementations provides a reference for the relative feature sets and performance of different implementations of the Prolog computer programming language.
GNU Prolog
GNU Prolog (also called gprolog) is a compiler developed by Daniel Diaz with an interactive debugging environment for Prolog available for Unix, Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. It also supports some exte
Logtalk is an object-oriented logic programming language that extends and leverages the Prolog language with a feature set suitable for programming in the large. It provides support for encapsulation
YAP (Prolog)
YAP is an open-source, high-performance implementation of the Prolog programming language developed at LIACC/Universidade do Porto and at COPPE Sistemas/UFRJ. Its Prolog engine is based in the WAM (Wa
BNR Prolog
BNR Prolog, also known as CLP(BNR) is a declarative constraint logic programming language based on relational interval arithmetic developed at Bell-Northern Research in the 1980s and 1990s. Embedding
Prolog++ is an object-oriented toolkit for the Prolog logic programming language. It allows classes and class hierarchies to be created within Prolog programs. Prolog++ was developed by LPA and first
Prolog syntax and semantics
The syntax and semantics of Prolog, a programming language, are the sets of rules that define how a Prolog program is written and how it is interpreted, respectively. The rules are laid out in ISO sta
Prolog is a logic programming language associated with artificial intelligence and computational linguistics. Prolog has its roots in first-order logic, a formal logic, and unlike many other programmi
Objlog was a combining objects and Prolog II from CNRS, Marseille, France.
KL1, or Kernel Language 1 is an experimental version of KL0 developed for the Fifth Generation Computer project. KL1 is an implementation of (a subset of the language by Kazunori Ueda), making it a pa
Kernel Language 0 (KL0) is a sequential logic programming language based on Prolog, used in the Fifth generation computer project.
λProlog, also written lambda Prolog, is a logic programming language featuring polymorphic typing, modular programming, and higher-order programming. These extensions to Prolog are derived from the hi