POPLOG


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POPLOG

A multi-language programming environment, which includes the languages Pop-11, ML, Common Lisp and Prolog. It supports mixed-language programming and incremental compilation and includes a comprehensive X Window System interface. It is built on top of a two-stack virtual machine, PVM. POPLOG was developed at the University of Sussex, Brighton, UK.

["POPLOG's Two-Level Virtual Machine Support for Interactive Languages", R. Smith et al, in Research Directions in Cognitive Science, v.5 (1992)].
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Sloman developed Poplog. His research focus is in the study of mind, along with agent architectures, motivation, emotion, vision, causation, and consciousness.
The implementation language is Pop-11, a sophisticated extendable Lisp-like language with a Pascal-like syntax, in the Poplog environment.
* The Birmingham Poplog directory is at the following location, where the README file lists information about SIM_AGENT and its supporting libraries: ftp://ftp.cs.bham.ac.uk/pub/dist/poplog
There are a number of optional courses, including courses on artificial intelligence in which they use the Poplog environment and the Pop 11 and Lisp languages.