ABSYS


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ABSYS

(language)
An early declarative language from the University of Aberdeen which anticipated a number of features of Prolog.

["ABSYS: An Incremental Compiler for Assertions", J.M. Foster et al, Mach Intell 4, Edinburgh U Press, 1969, pp. 423-429].
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The small and medium size companies like Absys Exilant, Nethawk, Mindfire and others have taken up to 90 per cent local youth in their respective firms, he said.
Actualmente los catalogos en linea de las bibliotecas estudiadas optan por usar los siguientes programas: Micro Isis o Winisis en las versiones actuales, Sistema Calco, Aleph, Unicornio, Ariadna, Absys, Sabini, Porbase, o Pac Horizon.
For the sake of establishing a historical record, it should be mentioned that the language Absys I (developed in the late 1960s at the University of Edinburgh) already incorporated some of the features currently used in CLP languages [20, 21].
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Golux was influenced by Absys, a declarative programming language developed at the University of Aberdeen and reported in a number of papers in the Machine Intelligence series [7-9].