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- Stable and free standard Prolog implementation. Targeted primarily at research and education. Windows, Linux and Unix versions available. Comes with a visual debugger and a GUI environment.
Amzi! Prolog + Logic Server
- This extensible Prolog version runs under Windows, Linux, Solaris and HP/UX, supporting development of client and server applications embeddable in the web, C/C++, Java, Delphi, Visual Basic and other environments. An IDE is available for Windows along with an interpreter-based tutorial.
Aquarius Prolog 1.0
- The compiler for this open-source version developed at UCB is built around the Berkeley Abstract Machine, a finer-grained rendition of WAM. An interpreter provided for program development is written in Prolog.
- Versatile and efficient CLP system based on Prolog with extensions for programming concurrency, constraints and interactive graphics. Runs on: Windows 9x/NT/2000/XP, Linux, Mac, Solaris, HP-UX, FreeBSD, SonyNews, Aix. Free evaluation version is available.
- BinNet Corporation offers a high-performance, robust Prolog system able to generate C/C++ code and standalone executables and providing high-level networking along with secure internet programming integrated with rule-based reasoning components.
Brain Aid Prolog
- Based on Edinburgh Prolog and extended with object-oriented mechanisms, this Berkeley-style open-source system has a compiler written in Prolog and generates Transputer assembly code.
Ciao Prolog Development System
- Full ISO-Prolog compliant system, modular design allows language restriction and extension. Descriptions, contacts, mail lists, downloads. [Open Source, GPL]
Ciao Prolog System
- General-purpose programming language which supports logic, constraint, functional, higher-order and object-oriented programming styles. Its main design objectives are high expressive power, extensibility, safety, reliability, and efficient execution. Compatible with ISO-Prolog. [open-source, GPL]
CMU Free/Shareware Prolog
- CMU's AI repository offers a collection of Prolog implementations.
- Constraint Unification Prolog (CUP) developed by the Institute for New Generation Computer Technology (ICOT), Japan. Originally written in C under Unix, MacCup is for Macintosh, DJCup for MS-DOS, with both implementations released as free software.
- This compiler accepts Prolog + constraint programs and produces native binaries. The obtained executable is subsequently stand-alone. The size of this executable can be quite small since GNU Prolog can avoid linking the code of most unused built-in predicates. The performance of GNU Prolog is very encouraging (comparable to commercial systems).
- A Prolog implementation for use in industrial and commercial environments. It complies with the ISO Prolog standard and runs on UNIX and MS-Windows environments. IF/Prolog has a rich set of interfaces to standard software components and an additional Constraint Technology Package for efficient solutions of complex optimization problems. Comes with a Java interface.
- Predecessor to GNU Prolog. Compiles Prolog via GCC 2.x
- Jekejeke Prolog is an interpreter only implementation of Prolog written in 100% Java. The runtime library provides a simple console interface and no debugger. The development environment also provides a debugger. The implementation of the language mainly follows the ISO Prolog core standard. The implementation also features an application programming interface.
- This is the English download site for this Japanese implementation of Prolog for Solaris, HP-UX, Digital UNIX, Linux and 32-bit Windows environments.
Logic Programming Associates
- WIN-PROLOG, DOS-PROLOG, MacProlog32 compilers. Products range from Prolog++ an OOPs extension, flex an expert system toolkit, and various web based technologies. [Commercial]
- An object-oriented extension to the Prolog programming language. It integrates logic programming with object-oriented and event-driven programming. Compatible with most Prolog compilers. [Open source]
- The successor of MU-Prolog, this compiled Prolog system designed and implemented in the mid-80's as a 'purer' logic solution, interfaces with UNIFY databases and is available under an academic license.
- Prolog with Features Inheritance, and Templates: Prolog extension with sorted feature structures (including multi-dimensional inheritance), finite domains, feature search, cyclic terms, templates. [PDF]
- The Software Verification Research Centre (Univ. of Queensland) extended version of Prolog currently released under Linux and Solaris is designed primarily as a prototyping language and tactic language for theorem provers, including support for efficient higher-order programming and logic programming of interactive applications.
- The Swedish Institute for Computer Science's implementation of Prolog for UNIX and PC platforms is embeddable, integrable and commercial-strength.
- Recursion-parallel Single Program, Multiple Data (SPMD) implementation; assumes one sequential worker and arbitrary, fixed number parallel workers, each worker is process, can have more workers than processors. Successor: High Performance Erlang. [Open Source, GPL]
SICStus Prolog 3
- This ISO-conformant, performance-oriented Prolog development system also features interfaces with C/C++, Java and ODBC-compliant DBMS's and an OOP extension.
- This Prolog compiler for Windows 95/98/NT and Unix/Linux supports OLE and Prolog CGI Scripts. Strawberry Prolog is suitable for client-server applications and has unique debugging facilities.
- A full-featured programming environment is offered with all the facilities necessary to write mission-critical, commercial-grade applications. A freeware version is available.
The YAP Prolog System
- The University of Porto's Edinburgh-style, WAM-based Prolog engine is available on 32-bit machines running Sun and Linux and 64-bit Alphas running OSF UNIX and Linux. An open-source policy is being implemented with regard to distribution.
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