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Language peer sets for BAP:
United States
United States/1993
Designed 1993
1990s languages
Fifth generation
Post-Cold War
Genus Horn clause
Horn clause
Data representation
Horn clause/1993
Context-based /1993
Data representation/1993
Horn clause/United States
Context-based /United States
Data representation/United States


Brain Aid Prolog 

alternate simple view
Country: United States
Designed 1993
Genus: Horn clause

for Brain Aid Prolog

from CMU AI gloss:
Brain Aid Prolog (BAP) is a Concurrent Sequential Processes (CSP)
based standard Prolog for Transputer networks. BAP uses its own MS
Windows or X Windows server for I/O. Special features include
automatic topology adapation and concurrent source level debugging
(to see several processes exchange messages). Performance is pretty high,
comparable to that of other Prolog compilers. BAP has achieved good
usresults (>80% efficiency) when executing applications like N-queens or
checkers in parallel on an 8 processor network.

This directory contains a demo version with host server running under
MS-Windows that supports Transputer systems with a maximum of 2
processors.  A B004 compatible interface is required to connect to a
PC. Both Parsytec and INMOS reset schemes are supported.  The host
server provides multi-process I/O and interactive source level
debugging of several processes.  A Windows help file is included that
treats installation, quickstart and parallel programming paradigms.

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