[mercury-users] Learning Mercury at Melbourne (Was: Re: 15 problems I had learning (as much as I have...) about Mercury.)

Peter Schachte schachte at csse.unimelb.edu.au
Wed Feb 14 12:51:57 AEDT 2007

Ben White wrote:

> Back as an undergrad I dabbled in logic programming, but was whisked away
> into the industry before getting deeper into the subject.  Now, I'm very
> keen to get back into logic and constraint programming, and have been
> fortunate enough to return to Melbourne to take some coursework.  Does
> anyone have any suggestions for specific subjects at the 600 level that
> give a good grounding in these and related fields?

You probably want Zoltan's Logic Programming subject 433-632, which I believe
is taught in semester 2 this year.  I also cover Logic Programming, as well as
Functional and OO programming in Principles of Programming Languages 433-630,
offered this semester, but since I'm covering all these paradigms, the specific
coverage of LP is necessarily brief.

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