Edmund Jackson discusses the Goals, Logic Variables, Constraints, and Compositions that form the foundation of Logic Programming using Clojure examples.
Edmund Jackson is an independent consultant specializing in statistical and financial software. After completing a PhD in Bayesian statistics at Cambridge he worked in the hedge fund industry for several years before striking out on his own. Edmund works mainly in functional languages such as Clojure, Mathematica and R and has recently started exploring logic programming.
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