python logic and AI links
Daniel M. Albro
albro at humnet.ucla.edu
Thu Oct 5 20:04:12 CEST 2000
You mentioned writing a prolog interpreter -- I haven't put this on a web
page anywhere or anything, although I could if anyone cares, but I have
written an implementation of Prolog (using the Warren Abstract Machine)
in python. Not everything possible is there (no I/O or hooks for system
routines, for example), but it would certainly be a start. If anyone is
interested in it I'll put it up on my web page...
- Dan Albro
In article <mailman.970765392.27856.python-list at python.org>, Michal
Wallace <sabren at manifestation.com> wrote:
> It seems there's at least a small handful of logic programming and AI
> modules out there... Anyone interested in tying some of this stuff
> I've started a sourceforge project for logic programming in python
> http://plato.sourceforge.net (for "python logic and truth objects")..
> There's nothing there yet, but I was thinking about making a simple
> prolog interpreter, plus maybe some generic AI objects..
> Actually, I have two specific projects in mind: a stock trader, and an
> automated therapist (like eliza, but done right.. [see
> http://www.manifestation.com/sabrina/ ) for some old, mostly random
> thoughts about what it might be like..]
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