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The European Declarative System, Database, and Languages

By Guy McCrossan Haworth, Steve Leunig, Carsten Hammer, Mike Reeve, ICL, Siemens and ECRC

Abstract

The EP2025 EDS project develops a highly parallel information server that supports established high-value interfaces. We describe the motivation for the project, the architecture of the system, and the design and application of its database and language subsystems. The Elipsys logic programming language, its advanced applications, EDS Lisp, and the Metal machine translation system are examined

Publisher: IEEE
Year: 1990
OAI identifier: oai:centaur.reading.ac.uk:4554

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