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Australia↑ Australia/1995↑ Designed 1995 ↑ 1990s languages ↑ Fifth generation↑ Post-Cold War↑ ## Lygon(ID:2564/lyg001)## Linear Logic Programming Languagealternate simple viewCountry: Australia Designed 1995 Published: 1995 Named for Lygon St (Melbourne) and Lygon Rd (Edinburgh) Logic programming language that is based on linear logic. Lygon's features include a clean declarative notion of state and the ability to express problems involving concurrency. In addition, the availability of use once predicates allows simple solutions to problems such as graph manipulation. Places People: Structures: References: in Logic Programming: Proceedings of the 1991 Interna (1991) Logic Programming: Proceedings of the 1991 International Logic Programming Symposium. MIT Press, 1991
in Logic Programming: Proceedings of the 1991 Interna (1991) Logic Programming: Proceedings of the 1991 International Logic Programming Symposium. MIT Press, 1991
in Logic Programming: Proceedings of the 1991 Interna (1991) Logic Programming: Proceedings of the 1991 International Logic Programming Symposium. MIT Press, 1991
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in (1995) International Logic Programming Conference Portland Oregon 1995 MIT Press
in (1995) International Logic Programming Conference Portland Oregon 1995 MIT Press
in (1995) International Logic Programming Conference Portland Oregon 1995 MIT Press
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