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By Maurice Bruynooghe, Luís Moniz Pereira, Jörg H. Siekmann, Maarten van Emden (auth.), Antonis C. Kakas, Fariba Sadri (eds.)

Alan Robinson This set of essays can pay tribute to Bob Kowalski on his sixtieth birthday, an anniversary which provides his associates and associates an excuse to have a good time his profession as an unique philosopher, a charismatic communicator, and a forceful highbrow chief. The common sense programming group hereby and herein conveys its admire and because of him for his pivotal function in developing and fostering the conceptual paradigm that's its raison d’Œtre. the variety of pursuits lined right here displays the diversity of Bob’s matters. learn on. it really is an highbrow dinner party. earlier than you start, enable me to ship him a short own, yet public, message: Bob, how correct you have been, and the way improper i used to be. I may still clarify. whilst Bob arrived in Edinburgh in 1967 answer used to be as but quite new, having taken a number of years to turn into in any respect well known. examine teams to enquire a number of features of answer sprang up at a number of associations, the only prepared by way of Bernard Meltzer at Edinburgh collage being one of the first. For the half-dozen years that Bob used to be a number one member of Bernard’s crew, i used to be a common customer to it, and that i observed loads of him. We had many discussions approximately good judgment, computation, and language.

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391-419, 1999. 4. ,(ed. D. Gabbay), Oxford University Press, 1995. 5. , ”Mind: Introduction to Cognitive Science”. A Bradford Book. MIT Press, 1996. Agents as Multi-threaded Logical Objects Keith Clark1 and Peter J. au Abstract. In this paper we describe a distributed object oriented logic programming language in which an object is a collection of threads deductively accessing and updating a shared logic program. The key features of the language, such as static and dynamic object methods and multiple inheritance, are illustrated through a series of small examples.

In addition, any predicate of a Qu-Prolog program can be used in Q if we know that it will have been loaded by the Qu-Prolog process in which O is running. To the QuP++ application these are seen as extra Qu-Prolog primitives. Q all solutions to Q are immediately found by O using a findall call and returned by O to Cl as a list. There is then local backtracking in Cl over the different solutions in the returned list. 38 Keith Clark and Peter J. Robinson Object O of Class C Interface thread with id O outgoing remote calls Static class methods shared by all objects of class C All incoming remote calls for O state shared by all object threads T asynchronous call to object O" outgoing synchronous call answer returned to sub-thread T sub-threads asynchronous call to object O" O" possible response remote call from O" to O synchronous query asynchronous query thread forking access to or update of shared state call of a class method Fig.

New_child(mary,female,O2) will result in a new person object with the global identity the returned binding for O2 being created with state: [surname(smith),firstname(mary),age:=0,sex(female),parent(O1)] The new child/3 second clause is used and this calls the dynamic predicate surname/1 to access the surname for object O1 in order to define the surname/1 dynamic predicate of the new person object that it creates. It also calls the QuP++ primitive myid to find the global identity of the object executing the method6 .

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