[mercury-users] Paper on Mercury from AI practitioner's standpoint

Gregory D. Weber gdweber at indiana.edu
Wed Jul 6 11:06:18 AEST 2005

My paper "Re-Implementing a Machine Learning Program in Mercury" was
presented at the Midwest [U.S.] Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive
Science conference 2005.  I am grateful to the readers on the
mercury-users list whose generous comments helped me to improve
this paper: Ralph Becket, Ian McLarty, Peter Hawkins.

Abstract: "This paper describes the author's experience of using the
programming language Mercury to re-implement the machine learning
program CN2.  Mercury is a purely declarative language, closely
related to Prolog, and designed for speed."

The final version of the paper is here:

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