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Functional and Logic Programming
Course director: Zbigniew Stachniak
Course Description: The course introduces and explores two programming paradigms: logic and functional programming. ``Together with the students' background on procedural and object-oriented programming, the course allows them to compare the development of programs in these different types of languages.'' [from 2009/2010 Undergraduate Calendar]
The Standard PROLOG will be considered in detail. This language (and its dialects) is widely used in Artificial Intelligence applications and other areas of computer science. LISP programming language played an important role in the development of Artificial Intelligence. In this course, Common Lisp will be discussed as a representative of the family of functional programming languages.
Reading List and resources:
There is no single textbook for this course. Making good quality lecture notes is the best approach to collecting course material. Most subjects covered in this course are discussed in:
The SWI-PROLOG and CLISP Common Lisp programming environments will be used. Please consult the SWI-Prolog site and the CLISP site for more information. Both environments are supported on Prism (see /cs/local/share/doc/clisp and manual pages for pl.
All course related information (e.g. some lecture notes, assignments, sample
can be found in
For information on assignments, midterm, and their deadlines follow this link.
Questions: If you have any questions, send an email to the course director