Prolog as the First Programming Language

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Prolog as the First Programming Language
The adoption of logic programming in an introductory course on computer programming offers several rewards. The higher al level of this programming paradigm guides students to an early appreciation for abstraction. The descriptive character of programs makes them more understandable than conventional programs, and the relational basis makes them more versatile. This incremental and highly interactive style of programming leads to early student success and motivates active participation by students. Keywords Prolog, logic programming, first programming language
Arthur Fleck
Added 29 Oct 2010
Updated 29 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2007
Where FECS
Authors Arthur Fleck
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