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PPL/M: The System Level Language for Programming the DADO Machine

Stolfo, Salvatore; Miranker, Daniel P.; Lerner, Mark D.

DADO [Stolfo and Shaw 82; Stolfo 82] is a fine-grain parallel computer designed specifically for the rapid execution of Artificial Intelligence (AI) software. Two software systems are presently under development for DADO which implement two language facilities supporting the high-speed execution of Production Systems (PS) and Logic Programs: Herbal (named in honor of Herbert Simon and Allen Newell, inventors of the AI PS paradigm) is similar in style to OPS [Forgy 821]; LPS (a Logic Programming System) is similar in syntactic style to Prolog.

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Computer Science
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Department of Computer Science, Columbia University
Series
Columbia University Computer Science Technical Reports, CUCS-104-84
Published Here
February 15, 2012
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