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Yang, Shanshan, (Researcher in computer science); Joy, Mike (2006)
Languages: English
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Subjects: LB2300, QA76

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Prolog is a very different language compared with procedural or object-oriented languages, and developing a Prolog programming mindset is a challenge for many novices. In this paper, we consider a number of teaching approaches which instructors use to deliver basic ideas about Prolog to novices. We classify these approaches into three categories – “logic based”, “declarative features based” and “programs based”. Using this classification as a framework, we describe the prerequisite knowledge required for students to learn Prolog effectively. Finally, we describe how the choice of approach has changed over the past 25 years.
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