Unit 7: Logical Programming
The relationship between mathematical logic and computer science runs deep. As such, there are a number of programming language tools that enable you to rapidly code efficient logic systems for deployment in a variety of high-tech arenas, such as Artificial Intelligence, Textual Analysis, and so on.
In this unit, you will learn about Logical Programming (also known as Declarative Programming) and why you would use it to solve these sorts of problems. We will discuss the fundamental features of Logical Programming and identify what distinguishes Logical Programming from other programming paradigms. By the end of this unit, you will be able to identify the problem domain that Logical Programming covers and recognize when you should take advantage of Logical Programming's considerable power.
Completing this unit should take you approximately 9 hours.
7.2: Basic Features and Examples
Unit 7 Assessment
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