If you are interested in some meetings and tutorials on Lisp and Prolog for computational semantics, pragmatics, reasoning, probabilistic logic, let me know. During Spring 2020 I will organize some sessions here at Indiana University at Bloomington to go over some publications, tutorials, and work through some code.
Date and Time: Spring 2020
Location: IU Bloomington Campus, TBA
We will look into Prolog and Common Lisp again, using these tools:
- SWI Prolog
- Allegro Common Lisp (Express) (which also includes a Lisp-based Prolog module)
- Steel Bank Common Lisp
- DrRacket (for some Scheme-based experiments), but our focus would be on Common Lisp and Prolog
See for some documentation the links on the corresponding websites.
We use a Slack channel to communicate meeting times and other arrangements. Email me to add you to the Slack channel.
See the two GitHub repos for material related to these meetings: