An early declarative language from the University of Aberdeen which anticipated a number of features of Prolog.
[“ABSYS: An Incremental Compiler for Assertions”, J.M. Foster et al, Mach Intell 4, Edinburgh U Press, 1969, pp. 423-429].
. Contemporary Examples Once a white prisoner passes his “heart check,” he is accepted by the abt and is a potential recruit. The Aryan Brotherhood of Texas: ‘Brutal, Deadly, and Effective’ Seth Ferranti April 3, 2013 The abt has a saying on the inside, “If you ever disrespect the AB, we will make sure you […]
abterminal abterminal ab·ter·mi·nal (āb-tûr’mə-nəl) adj. Flowing away from the end and toward the center of a nerve. Used of an electric current passing through a muscle.
noun acronym Association of British Travel Agents American Brain Tumor Association
abtp American Board of Transcultural Psychiatry