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Relational Programming in miniKanren
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| by Daniel P. Friedman Follow 0 Followers , William E. Byrd Follow 0 Followers on Oct 31, 2012 |

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Summary
Daniel P. Friedman and William E. Byrd demonstrate miniKanren, a simplified version of KANREN - a declarative logic programming system with relations embedded in a pure functional subset of Scheme.

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Daniel P. Friedman is Professor of Computer Science at Indiana University. He is co-author of several Schemer books. William E. Byrd is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Research in Extreme Scale Technologies (CREST) at Indiana University. He is co-author of The Reasoned Schemer, and co-designer of several declarative languages: miniKanren, Harlan, and Kanor.

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