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brain aid prolog
(BAP) A parallel Prolog environment for transputer systems by Frank Bergmann , Martin Ostermann , and Guido von Walter of Brain Aid Systems GbR. BAP is based on a model of communicating sequential Prolog processes. The run-time system consists of a multi-process operating system with support for several applications running concurrently.


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