Constraints as a Paradigm for Computing

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Publication Type technical report
School or College College of Engineering
Department Computing, School of
Creator Rossberg, Wayne
Title Constraints as a Paradigm for Computing
Date 1993-03
Description This dissertation presents a multiple domain constraint logic programming system (MDCLP) in which multiple solvers are supported and are viewed as external modules interfaced to the logic programming system through the set of constructors and predicates they support. The concept of separately compiled modules and a type system are introduced into the logic programming language in order to facilitate the composition of the various solvers into more specialized solvers for composite domains. Multiple language programming is supported by a control protocol based on continuations.
Type Text
Subject logic programming; constraint logic programming; clp; logic programming language; programming language; warren abstract machine; type inference
Subject LCSH Logic programming; Computer programming; Computer science
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Rossberg, W. (1993). Constraints as a Paradigm for Computing.
Series University of Utah Computer Science Technical Report
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File Name Rossberg-Constraints_As_A_Paradigm.pdf
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