A version of Prolog implemented in Lisp which allows Prolog programs to call Lisp and vice versa.
[“QLOG – The Programming Environment for Prolog in LISP”, H.J. Komorowski in Logic Prgramming, K.L. Clark et al eds, Academic Press 1982].
1. SRI 1973. General problem solving, influenced by PLANNER. QA4 features merged with INTERLISP. [“QLISP – A Language for the Interactive Development of Complex Systems”, E. Sacerdoti et al, NCC 45:349-356, AFIPS, 1976]. 2. A parallel LISP. [“Qlisp”, R. Gabriel et al in Parallel Computation and Computers for AI, J. Kowalik ed, 1988, pp.63-89]. (1999-10-12)
1. . quality
1. Also, Q.M. . 2. Physics. . 1. (in prescriptions) every morning. abbreviation 1. Quartermaster abbreviation (in prescriptions) 1. quaque mane quartermaster Latin quaque mane (every morning)
1. (in prescriptions) every morning. abbreviation (in prescriptions) 1. quaque mane Latin quaque mane (every morning)