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An integration of Prolog and neural networks to deal with sensibility in logic programs

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4 Author(s)
Imanaka, T. ; Inst. of Sci. & Ind. Res., Osaka Univ., Japan ; Soga, M. ; Uehara, K. ; Toyoda, J.

Neuro-Prolog, which integrates the Prolog interpreter C-Prolog and the neural network simulator SunNet, is described. By using Neuro-Prolog, users can handle both definite information, such as logical rules, and indefinite information, such as sensibility, concurrently in a single system. In Neuro-Prolog, the definite information is handled in Prolog and the indefinite information is handled in neural networks. A trial application system in Neuro-Prolog was developed to demonstrate the advantages of Neuro-Prolog in real-world problems. The trial system computes RGB values of colors to be put on posters for a given image specification and displays the colors on a CRT

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Systems Integration, 1990. Systems Integration '90., Proceedings of the First International Conference on

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23-26 Apr 1990