11. ICLP 1994, Workshop W1: Process-Based Parallel Logic Programming

Several process-based parallel logic programming languages (e.g., Delta-Prolog, CS-Prolog, Multi-Prolog and Shared-Prolog) have been proposed as an alternative to goal-based (and/or) parallel execution models for logic programs. The main features of these languages are explicit process creation and explicit communication based on channels or blackboards. The workshop is aimed at being a forum for discussing the various topics of process-based parallel LP, ranging from theory to practice.

Session 1

Chair: Antonio Brogi

Session 2

Chair: Jean-Marie Jacquet
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