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Declarative programming of integrated peer-to-peer and Web based systems: the case of Prolog

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Declarative programming of integrated peer-to-peer and Web based systems: the case of Prolog
Web and peer-to-peer systems have emerged as popular areas in distributed computing, and their integrated usage permits the benefits of both to be exploited. While much work in these areas have utilized the imperative programming paradigm, the need for declarative programming paradigms is increasingly being recognized, not only for the often cited advantages such as a higher level of ion and specialized language features, but also to tackle the querying and manipulation of knowledge and reasoning with semantics that will be the mainstay of the proposed next generation of the Web and peer-to-peer computing. This paper presents an approach towards integrative use of the Web and peer-to-peer systems within a declarative programming paradigm. We contend that logic programming can be useful in peer-to-peer computing, especially for querying and representing knowledge shared over peer networks, and for scripting applications that involve sophisticated search behaviour over peer networks. As...
Seng Wai Loke
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where JSS
Authors Seng Wai Loke
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