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#1 Mike+9  Icon User is offline

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Prolog book

Posted 23 February 2013 - 01:30 AM

Hello DIC! I have a new class this semester called Natural Language Processing and I am looking for a book to learn some basics about Prolog(which we will be using) and to help me make a word processing program that will be able to translate some words, check for some spelling errors or maybe translate some words from Romanian to English. I am not sure which one of these will it do but what I am 100% sure is that I have to process language.
I have searched the web and found a lot of interesting books but since the semester is only until June I need something to teach me exactly what I need, I don't have time right now to play with other stuff it can do.
The most interesting book I found that teaches you about the syntax of the language and also about AI is this one. Did anyone read it? Or maybe you know something better? Some help would be much appreciated.

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Re: Prolog book

Posted 16 April 2013 - 03:40 AM

Which prolog dialect are we talking about?
I used to fool around a little with SICStus prolog and PD-Prolog (A.D.A Prolog).
http://sicstus.sics....umentation.html
http://www.cs.cmu.ed...rolog/pdprolog/

I recall that microProlog has quite different syntax.

I'm not familiar with any Prolog/AI-books.

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