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PLANNER

A language for writing theorem provers by Carl Hewitt <hewitt@ai.mit.edu> MIT 1967. Never fully implemented.

CONNIVER was an outgrowth of PLANNER and microPLANNER a subset. PLASMA is a PLANNER-like system modelled on Actors. See also POPLER, QLISP, Scheme.

["PLANNER: A Language for Proving Theorems in Robots", Carl Hewitt, Proc IJCAI-69, Wash DC, May 1969].

Planner

The person and/or professional in architecture or interior design that deals with the layout, design, and furnishings of spaces within a proposed or existing structure, according to the requirements of the client.
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