The lazy functional side of logic programming

Sandro Etalle, K.K. Lau (Editor), Jon Mountjoy

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    In this paper we show, among other things, that logical structures such as di erence lists have a natural counterpart in lazy functional programs; i.e. that most programs using di erence-lists are functional in nature. This shows immediately that many common non-well-moded programs are functional in nature and that well-modedness is thus not a necessary attribute of those logic programs behaving functionally. We do this by employing a straightforward { literal { translation of moded logic programs ...
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    Number of pages9
    Publication statusPublished - Jul 2000


    • EWI-986
    • IR-56170

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    Etalle, S., Lau, K. K. (Ed.), & Mountjoy, J. (2000). The lazy functional side of logic programming.