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Molog: Typed Functional Logic Programming in Haskell
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| by Adam C. Foltzer Follow 0 Followers on May 28, 2013 |

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Adam C. Foltzer introduces Molog, a typed functional logic programming language written in Haskell.

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Adam C. Foltzer is a life-long Schemer and current Haskeller who works in Research and Engineering at Galois, Inc. He learned relational programming from Professor Dan Friedman and Dr. Will Byrd while at Indiana University, and continues to work on it professionally and as a hobby.

The miniKanren Confo is a special 4 hour conference about logic programming (in particular miniKanren). Dan Friedman and Will Byrd (co-authors of the Reasoned Schemer) will provide a keynote. The list of sessions can be found on the Clojure/West site.

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