Mu-prolog



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Prolog with “wait” declarations for coroutining, developed by L. Naish of the Univeristy of Melbourne in 1982.
[“Negation and Control in Prolog”, L. Naish, TR 85/12, U Melbourne (1985)]. See NU-Prolog.
(1998-02-14)

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